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Leave me Be (From the Archives)

Vekna wiped her blade clean with a bloodied rag.  The blood sluced off the end of the blade, dripping onto the muddy stone floor. The body of the Corps agent lay at her feet, limbs splayed in an unnatural way. “Oops,” Vekna said, sheathing her sword. The Corps were so inefficient with the people they… Continue reading Leave me Be (From the Archives)

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Terraform – (From the Archives)

“Isn’t it beautiful?” Terral said, staring up at the sky. The rain spattered off her visor, sliding down the outside of her exosuit. It would be a dream to feel the rain on her skin, one day. But that would be a hundred years or so down the line. This was just the first stage… Continue reading Terraform – (From the Archives)

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Flash Fiction – Leave me Be (Stories on a Theme – “Space”)

Vekna wiped her blade clean with a bloodied rag.  The blood sluced off the end of the blade, dripping onto the muddy stone floor. The body of the Corps agent lay at her feet, limbs splayed in an unnatural way. “Oops,” Vekna said, sheathing her sword. The Corps were so inefficient with the people they… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Leave me Be (Stories on a Theme – “Space”)

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Opinion – The Gardener vs The Architect

There are many archetypes and personality types that any kind of person could try to shove themselves into in an attempt to categorise the human psyche. I remember at school those who were studying psychology coming out of their lesson and trying to shove labels onto various ticks, habits and phrases that people said as… Continue reading Opinion – The Gardener vs The Architect

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Flash Fiction – Belligerent (100 words)

“Oh will you just do it,” Uler sighed, pinching the bridge of her nose. The cadet smirked. They always did when they started. Thought they knew it all. “I’m fine,” the cadet said, coughing slightly. She didn’t need this, not today. “Take the damn pills,” she said, shoving the bottle into the cadet’s hand, “you’re… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Belligerent (100 words)

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Teacup Story – Terraform

“Isn’t it beautiful?” Terral said, staring up at the sky. The rain spattered off her visor, sliding down the outside of her exosuit. It would be a dream to feel the rain on her skin, one day. But that would be a hundred years or so down the line. This was just the first stage… Continue reading Teacup Story – Terraform

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Teacup Story – Facing Questioning

“Go shove your head up the backside of an eltrank, Jone,” Kelv spat. Jone raised an eyebrow. She was never perturbed. “It’s just part of the routine investigation,” Jone said calmly, “you were the last person to see Retry alive, so you need to be questioned.” “Because you think I did it,” Kelv said. It… Continue reading Teacup Story – Facing Questioning

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100 Words – Headache

[100 Words is a story in 100 words or less, based off the word in the title.] Nela groaned. “It’s going to hurt,” Dr Relch said, giving Nela a not-very-sympathetic-look, “you got bitten by a Begral after all.” Nela groaned again. It was too light, her head ached, the pounding inside her skull wouldn’t go… Continue reading 100 Words – Headache

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100 Words – Unknown

[100 Words is a story in 100 words or less, based off the word in the title.] The darkness of space sat outside the cockpit window, just hanging in nothingness. Like them, their tiny little spacecraft drifting through space. “You think we’ll get there?” Franc asked. “I don’t know,” Beca replied, wishing she had a… Continue reading 100 Words – Unknown