death was coming. it was coming as inevitable as a car crash turns to silent high-pitched slow motion film reels, voyeurs intent on every spinning wheel and lost gyro and tailpipe flying through the air. it was coming and no one could stop it. walking around the streets, hovering near the open pores of the [...]
2034. Memento mori. Thought that would sink in, this far out. That black, undeniable emptiness of it all. Damn, he would have none of it. Raving about eternal life after Assumption, whatever that meant. Then he left dock. Just walked right out into the interstellar, left the dock wide open. What a Marmaduke. Left a [...]
With wind in our sails we swept through seas’ endless foam, the formant of the trough, the sharp cry of eagles at our backs, the distant land of the bayou behind the fog bank. We were obscured at last.
Storyblogging Carnival #59 is available over at Donald Crankshaw’s Check it out for some interesting fiction pieces from around the sphere o’ blog.
The 52nd Storyblogging Carnival has a total of seven entries, posted in the order I received them. Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoy the stories here. Mime (part 1) and Mime (part 2) by Andrew Ian Dodge from Dodgeblogium 100 words each, rated PG An obncxious Mime gets more than he bargained for. [...]
I’ll be hosting the next Storybloging Carnival here next Monday. It’s been a while since I even participated in the Storyblogging Carnival, much less hosted, but I do plan on having a story ready, so if one story is a carnival, then you’re about to have a great night out getting sick on funnel cake [...]
I’ve been waiting all month to post on this. This year I decided at the last minute to participate in NaNoWriMo, the worldwide challenge to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. I declined to participate last year, oddly enough, because I wasn’t busy enough. This year, I had so much on my plate [...]
The 2nd Year of Storyblogging has begun with some interesting stories. I haven’t contributed much in the last few months, but I submitted my latest short story, entitled “Walk On Water”, in time to be included in this one.
“Pants?!! PANTS!” I screamed, flailing my arms in the water, my heart growing sick with cold and fear. I was slipping, sinking again, feeling the chains of water wrapped around my legs and pulling me down. I gulped air, my head just staying above the water line, and my shoes feeling like lead. I cried [...]
The 16th Storyblogging Carnival is up at Sheya Joie’s. Good readin’!