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HARVEST TIME

YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE. HARVEST BEGINS AT SUNDOWN.
YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE. HARVEST BEGINS AT SUNDOWN.
YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE . . .

The microspeakers continue whispering their incantation throughout the city. 701 more words

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Luck

Vancouver, December 1949

“That’s it for him,” she said, and nudged the dead man’s hand with the toe of her high heel shoe. Swing Richie now lay in state beneath a dim yellow lamp, on the oily rain soaked gravel behind the Army and Navy store on West Hastings. 2,849 more words

No Words

I don’t want to go.

You’re here still, in the bed, and a part of me suspects that if I close my eyes and keep my head nestled in your chest we can stay here like this forever. 735 more words

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READING GLASSES

This Wednesday, Sept. 24, my first short story will be published in an anthology from Hypothetical Press titled Reading Glasses! It will be available in paperback ($12.99) and for Kindle ($5.99) from Amazon and… 1,732 more words

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Tony Richards interviewed

Around eleven in the morning, a flock of harpies landed on her roof.

As their claws alighted on the loose, jittery tiles, Rayven’s eyes snapped open.

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The Alchemy Press

For the love of good Brandy - part 1

Tom watched through the kitchen window as the truck came to a screeching halt. He turned to Brandy, then kissed her on the cheek.

“Everything is going to alright. 642 more words

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The Mermaid

“What’s taking you so long?”

Her dark eyes tossed him an impatient look as she led the way to the swimming hole. She was clutching a beach towel, and wearing a two-piece bathing suit under an oversized, pinstriped blouse. 1,369 more words

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