Category: Fiction

This Little Ghost of Mine

This little Light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine. This little Light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine. Let it shine. Let it shine. -Children’s song from before the Golden Age The Tower was supposed to be a place of comfort. It… Continue Reading “This Little Ghost of Mine”

Once upon a time on little Mercury

Changing how I write these. First, pretending I created a male. Second, first person. Third, this is how I’ll continue in the future. Once upon a time there was a planet called Mercury. It was the closest planet to the sun, the smallest planet… Continue Reading “Once upon a time on little Mercury”

A Day in the Park

Jimmy strutted down the park, humming some tune or another which played on the radio that morning. He was clean cut, fresh from the barber, with some product in his onyx hair to make it shine and bounce, while staying in place. He wore… Continue Reading “A Day in the Park”

My next novel and gearing up for NaNo

Editing was going well until I was introduced to Diablo III. The game where you can die and still laugh about it. Even on hardcore mode. Died three times last night. Game is a lot of fun, and I’ve gotten a few ideas off it.… Continue Reading “My next novel and gearing up for NaNo”

Club Poseidon

This week’s challenge! Write a modern day story using a god from one of the pantheons. I chose Poseidon. The writing group can be found here, and this week we are having a prize. This week you could win Unclaimed by Laurie Wetzel. You can… Continue Reading “Club Poseidon”

Fix Me

Why don’t you fix me?I can’t help myself.Why don’t you fix me?You know I’m fading still. –Fix Me, Icon For Hire Gears ground together, poorly lubricated and having accumulated much dirt in the grimy underbelly of Torzikov. The once beautiful brass finish of his… Continue Reading “Fix Me”

Josha’s Last Night of Freedom

Based on a FB group I started to get people writing. There are weekly exercises, and this was the first one. The goal was to write about a support character without ever bringing a protagonist into the story. This helps flesh out a support… Continue Reading “Josha’s Last Night of Freedom”

Eevee’s Defiance

“Know what you want to become, Trick?” I scratched my eevee behind the ear and he purred and moved into my chest. He was small, just big enough to cover my upper torso. He ignored my question, as he often did. We were nearing… Continue Reading “Eevee’s Defiance”

Not Quite Right

“You’re spleen’s out again,” Darlene scolded. Bob sighed and pushed it back in, past the loosely knit flesh, where he was bitten long ago. “Darlene, you’re always busting my balls about this crap. Ed’s got a testicle dangling halfway down his thigh and Marlene doesn’t… Continue Reading “Not Quite Right”

Elixir of Wisdom Part 2

Here is the finale! If you want to read the first part, just skip down a story to avoid spoilers. Again, unedited. Sorry guys. The Advisor coughed and read diligently, taking in every ingredient. Moments passed, and nothing was said, but the Advisor mumbled… Continue Reading “Elixir of Wisdom Part 2”