Unravel

“Keep tugging,” she urged. I didn’t want to. I understood why she wanted it, I did, but I knew that once this was done… Once it was done, it was done, and I would never see the her that she was right now ever again. I didn’t know if I was ready. Fuck, I knew […]

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Symptoms

“But what doesn’t make any sense to me,” Dad began, “is what’s causing it!” Thus began a long search through the house. They dug up the pipes, but they were in good condition, not leeching copper or lead, or letting some outside pollutant in. They threw away every caustic household cleaner they had, and the […]

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Label

The first installment, more a note and background development exercise than anything, for my Frankenstein rewrite. People had all sorts of ideas about the future, way back when. Entirely different worlds, landscapes of dizzying strangeness. Something entirely alien, because then the problems of the past must be entirely alien as well. That’s Lily’s theory on […]

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[Erotica] Orchid Mantis (M/F)

It’s pornography, don’t read this at work or in front of Nana. Unless you’ve got a cool Nana.

[Erotica] Orchid Mantis (M/F); Gav and Cho discover each other’s terrible secrets… in bed.

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Controversy

“I’m sorry. This is the only viable option the Company has.” “It’s wrong is what it is.” There was no heart in my protest. I knew the decision had been made, and no amount of arguing, no amount of tears, could change things. I tried not to hate Dr. Smith; it wasn’t his fault. He […]

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Real Ghost Adventure

Hello everybody, things are a little hectic over here and I’ve been feeling sick again. Hopefully it’s just the weather and not a return of Bad Days, but we’ll just have to wait and see! Ha! For today’s post I will share with you My Real Ghost Adventure(TM), which I had on the USS Lexington […]

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Texas Agriculture Facts

  I love being Texan! Sure, the state can be a massive fuck-up and a lot of the people are assholes, but I love it here. I’m grateful that I was born here, and I know it shaped a lot of who I am as a person. Here, from a native Texan, have some pertinent […]

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Excerpt from “Dark Skies Over Brightwater”

I’ve written a book. No, really, I have! I promise. Need proof? Here: an excerpt from near the beginning. Dorothy Brightwater, the protagonist, and her two friends come back from investigating one of the sheep mutilations plaguing their tiny seaside village   Almost no one in Brightwater had a personal computer. There were three in […]

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A Large Baby Bird

It was quite a large bird, about the size of a human toddler, and stark naked with closed-over eyes. A hatchling, then. She looked for a nest, since the nest that held this sort of massive chick would have to be huge and easily noticeable. There wasn’t one, though, and there hadn’t been a few […]

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The Vault of the Little Creatures

Forty-eight years ago, we were visited by the little creatures. Nobody got hurt, not when they first showed up. Instead, they brought all of us patients down from the hospital into these… these tunnels they’d built, connected to our hospital through the basement. There were miles of them! Lit from sources I couldn’t make out, […]

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