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The Friday Flash – Crash – Friday Flash Fiction – Part 1 of 4

The Friday Flash – Crash – Friday Flash Fiction – Part 1 of 4 6 AM, July 25th, Sunday morning, number five, Acacia Avenue. Crash. “…what?” Smash. Tina Bryant was shaken from an erotic dream by the second alarming eruption. Opening her sleep encrusted eyes, the first thing she saw was the fat, greasy face […]

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The Friday Flash – Crash – Friday Flash Fiction – Part 2 of 4

The Friday Flash – Crash – Friday Flash Fiction – Part 2 of 4 He returned to the house, set off the coffee machine and ran his eyes along the bookcase. A wicked smile played on his lips. He sauntered to the shed and retrieved a battered steel barbecue. It took a few minutes to […]

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The Friday Flash – Crash – Friday Flash Fiction – Part 3 of 4

The Friday Flash – Crash – Friday Flash Fiction – Part 3 of 4 His reveries were disturbed by a knock on the door. He suppressed an oath as he finished his last piece of bacon, poured himself another coffee, and sashayed to the hall. He groaned inwardly. Bella Jacobi, Acacia Avenue’s all round good […]

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The Friday Flash – Crash – Friday Flash Fiction – Part 4 of 4

The Friday Flash – Crash – Friday Flash Fiction – Part 4 of 4 Teleportation was always a drag, and it took the somewhat inebriated Brad and Atticus a little while to readjust to the spaceship that circled the Earth and the lack of gravity. “Dude, I feel forlornly fucked. I’ll never mix malt with […]

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Flash Fiction – A Mother’s Love

Flash Fiction – A Mother’s Love Vengeance consumed him, twisting around his mind and soul like the enrapturement of love-struck serpents or the DNA double helix. He loved the exhilarating enlightenment of pure hatred, hate that could run either hot or cold, just as you or I would turn a tap on or off. Something […]

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Flash Fiction. Just Can’t Get You Out of My Head (2 of 2)

Flash Fiction. Just Can’t Get You Out of My Head (2 of 2) Off I trotted to the local Buddhist center and sat, cross-legged, trying to focus on my breath and whatnot. My mind, far from entering the waters of Cistercian calm, became a whirlpool of activity, with visions of Lucrezia in various states of […]

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Friday Flash Fiction Just Can’t Get You Out Of My Head (1 of 2)

Friday Flash Fiction Just Can’t Get You Out Of My Head (1 of 2) I’d lusted after her for three months, five days, twelve hours and thirty-three seconds. I guess you might call me obsessed with her. To my eyes, she’s the most perfect woman on earth, with a gorgeous figure, beautiful face, emerald green […]

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Toxipocalypse Now – An Excerpt from How To Deal With ToXiCs Combat Manual

Toxipocalypse Now (Part 3) – An Excerpt from How To Deal With ToXiCs Combat Manual The Toxic turned her head feverishly as the chainsaw cut through the air, instantly decapitating her. A spurt of arterial blood gushed upwards like a fountain from her neck, then the body slumped to the right. “Cutting it a bit […]

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Toxipocalypse Now – An Excerpt from How To Deal With ToXiCs Combat Manual

Toxipocalypse Now (Part 2) – An Excerpt from How To Deal With ToXiCs Combat Manual They stood as if transfixed. The first had the remnants of long curling off-black hair that draped over her ample frame. Mucous dribbled from her large, broken blood-veined nose, trickling down into her ruined mouth. “Hmmm,” she groaned as her […]

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Toxipocalypse Now – An Excerpt from How To Deal With ToXiCs Combat Manual

Toxipocalypse Now (Part 1) – An Excerpt from How To Deal With ToXiCs Combat Manual Casting lurid orange, green and yellow shadows over the bombed out remnants of the jagged remains of skyscrapers, the sun slowly set over the arid scorched wasteland, once the largest city on the planet. Silhouettes grew, stuttered like the terminal […]

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