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Lost forever

There are books that I can never read as they were intended – now ain’t that a crying shame? Some of them no one can read any more, not the way they were written. Robert Heinlein’s Stranger in a Strange Land is the obvious example. My parents married in ’62, and I can try, as […]

VisDare 21: Diverge

The joy of a vampire story is, the reader knows all the rules already. So here’s a bit of something for Angela Goff’s #VisDare, and this one leaves you to do most of the work yourself. It had been a month. They had taken away the horses, and their harness with them. Around the hollow, […]

In the mirror of her face

Flash fiction for #VisDare (just squeezed into 150 words, with a crowbar . . . I clearly need more practice!) I remember my shock, stepping into her ocean, my delighted discovery that the sea can be as warm as the tropical air, and her laughing at me. I’ve given her so little cause to laugh, […]

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