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Good afternoon, readers! I’m still not sure about the new look of this blog – so be prepared to see some more change over the next week or two. 171 more words


Old Dusty Desk

He drew the blinds open to peer out the picture window. There had been a thump outside. What could have made such a noise?

The glare was bright and stung his old eyes, beating him back a pace. 70 more words


A Sticky Situation - Friday Fictioneers

This story is much later than I usually post it, but it’s been a crazy week in a lot of respects. For one thing, I just got a new job, so I’ll be moving to Iowa very soon. 257 more words


The Cure

“Yes!” I said excitedly gently nudging Brad, my research partner of twelve years, as he tinkered over the laptop keys.

“One year remission and the big breakthrough we’ve been hoping for, right? 93 more words


We Are Not Alone - Friday Fictioneers

The gelatinous goo coated plants, trees, and rocks, its gentle beginnings unnoticed. “It’s nature’s way,” was a constant refrain heard in villages.

A scientist pounded his fists on the counter, “It’s done it again. 128 more words



Once again it is Friday and time for story telling in 100 or so words by Friday Fictioneers.  It is hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.  I am screaming and howling out my tall tale of 100 words.   127 more words

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Too Late

Hog grass, spindle weed and seven spider eyes
are lined neatly beside the ancient bowl
carved by Jim the Cripple.
One more ingredient and Balenchia ‘s village will be saved. 73 more words

Friday Fictioneers