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Children of Nightmares

A master hunter knows patience. Taking your prey too soon, the flesh will be tough, chewy and bitter. The hunt is not over until a calming realization surfaces in their eyes. You must wait until they stop begging for mercy or rescue. […]

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Summer’s Rain: Soliloquy of a Dead Man (Part I)

It never occurred to me that this might be happening. After all, everything has a place, don’t they? And they all were in it, but then again how’s the phrase go…in the depths of a mind insane, fantasy and reality are the same. […]

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Chaos Shift

“What in the…” I shouted aloud again. Ms. Walsh ceased from her babbling at the sound and visibly flinched. “How? How could someone murder a mortal before the Fates had decreed?” […]

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DMV or Hall of the Dead

Stacy looked up from her monitor and rolled her eyes. It was a slow day at the Department of Motor Vehicles— middle of the month and a steady rain shower outside usually assured a day of scrolling through social media on the taxpayer’s dollar. Not today though. […]

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Forgotten in Hades

What can possibly be happening here? I flipped open the cover and began to read the file…premature terminus… apparent self-terminus… no evidence of chaos shift… […]

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Hades Cold Calls

Stopped at my favorite outdoor cafe yesterday. The bean juices are worthy of the divine AND, of course, I am quite divine. I got a text alert of a new inbound. A god’s work is […]