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Changelings Vs Hunters

“MAYNARD! THERE”S A PRETTY WOMAN HERE FOR YOU!” Maynard ran up the stairs and was out of breath as he saw the beautiful blond haired woman with deep green eyes smiling at him. 1,446 more words

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One Dies. One Lives.

            He stood, stark naked, dick shrunk. His arms and hands rubbed his core fiercely, but it won’t make a difference.

            He stood, thinking.  Kinda like, if he thought enough, his mind would be nice and warm and warm the rest of him. 1,133 more words


Oscar Wilde's "The Remarkable Rocket": A Labor Day (2014) Post

“My good creature,” remarked the rocket in a very haughty tone of voice, “I see that you belong to the lower orders. A person of my position is never useful. 71 more words


1/9/14 - I'm Sick as a Dog

Sick as a dog.
Poor dog.
Disgusting, lingering,
clenching, stringy
tendrils of prickly
slime that pours and holds
in my throat.

Poor dog,
is this how they feel? 44 more words

The Rum Harlots

Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and dark desires.

— Macbeth: Act 1, Scene 4

High-society Londoners slept undisturbed the morning of November 9, 1888, huddling underneath the blankets protecting them from the oncoming harsh winter winds outside, snoring unaware while outside, city workers donned their coats and swept the city clean.

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Thuglit #13 - "The Ice Cream Snatcher"

My short story, “The Ice Cream Snatcher,” is released today in THUGLIT magazine issue #13.  Get your own bullet-hole and STD-riddled copy of Thuglit #13 for 99 cents on  31 more words

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The Geography of Reasoning

The small white phone rang. Eric ran over to pick it up. “Hello?”

“Eric, this is Dana. Look, I’m sorry to bother you at this hour, but I’m worried about this whole ‘Raise money for Africa’ drive the school is doing. 504 more words

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