Day 1: Define Blogging

It's day one of my self-inflicted blogging challenge, the prompt is 'define blogging', and here is what I whipped up! Enjoy! I sure hope I can keep this up... George's fingers remained stubbornly motionless on the keyboard. It had been two days since he decided he was going to get in on this blogging business, …

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30 day blogging challenge.

I think I've been posting too many old stories, and it's time to write some new ones. A lot of new ones. How about thirty new ones? Sounds good to me! I spend some time in the lovely writing community at writing.com , and the folks there are having a challenge for the bloggers: Make a …

Luna’s Box

I was trying to go classic sci-fi- with this one. I think it turned out pretty decent. Not much to say about this one, it's pretty straight-forward!     The airlock slid open with a hiss, and geologist Dr. Ellen Hastings stepped into the Easton Mining Company's biopod on the surface of the moon. Biologists …

Company Man

This is one of my first stories since I started writing again. There is a lot of passivity here that is pretty intimidating to try to fix.. so I'll just post it here and see what people think 🙂 maybe you'll have some suggestions!   The prompt for this was 'someone confessing their sins to …

A Life Unlived: Conclusion

And now the thrilling conclusion! Read part one here. Enjoy! 🙂     He stood in the tub staring at his bloated purple foot until a wave of revulsion overtook him and he stabbed down at it with the knife. It popped like a balloon and blood splashed out. He felt the knife scraping against …

A Life Unlived: part 1

I'm not sure what I was thinking when I wrote this... I believe I was trying to make it funny, but it came out sort of just, weird. Well. I hope you enjoy it anyway 🙂 Tim was born in 1971 and had died several minutes ago during what he deemed to be an ‘above …

A Disgusting Trade

This is my first, and so far only try at a fantasy story. I was listening to a lot of Falconer when I wrote it, and my head was full of ships and wind and magic. I think it turned out alright, but I'll likely stick to sci-fi and speculative from now on 🙂 ~Jonas …