Tag Archive | short story

Tales from the D&D Table: Not the Best Man for the Job.


  Tweet of the Day: Why Characters Need Choices in Fiction  “You’re going to be late,” Liandra said, her nose buried in her book. I adjusted my pantaloons, “I will not be late. I am never late.” “Just like you were not late for Da and Ma anniversary?” she asked. I tucked in my shirt, […]

Perimeter


Karla stretched her legs. Every step she took sent small spasms of pain through her joints. She felt every cramp through out her body as tense muscles sought release from hours spent withing the confines of power armor.  The constant threat of attack just made it worse. Endless days on the perimeter watching a tidal […]

We Are Orcs


  Tweet of the Day: Nine Adorable Pets in Space Illustrated    She answered the insult with a swift stroke of her sword. The severed head left a bloody smear in the fresh snow. Gasha planted a foot on the prince’s corpse and bellowed to others, “Orc women are smart because orcs are smart. Orc […]

Home Just in Time for Xmas Eve


  Tweet of the Day: Bad Life Decisions: Mary Robinette Kowal Reads Theodore Beale. Sexily. ——- They weaved through the throng of last minute Christmas shoppers their hands tightly clasp. Tina talked non-stop, about the weather, holidays parties,  and gifts. She listened to every word, hung on every sigh and laugh. The only thing that […]

Holidays….


Tweet of the Day: Technology Will Save Our Future ——– She gave her pulse rifle the once over. It was one of those things a soldier did during “dead” time, the space between shooting and being shot at. Interment lights flashed though the bunker firing slits. It wasn’t the fireworks of her youth spent underfoot […]

Wizard’s World War (s.4)- Dispatch 4: The Ship of Fools


——– Tweet of the Day: SF Obscure: Alien Nation ——- Season 1, 2 & 3 – Season 4 Premiere – Dispatch 3 – Dispatch 5 ——- On a  barge on the river Ífingr A single moment crystallized the madness of our mission to sever the alliance between the giants and our enemies. Thousands of baying, […]

Dear Brother….


Tweet of the Day: How to Decide How Many POV Characters Our Book Needs ——- To Athos von Klaus, Knight-Errant of the Most Holy Order of Shielding I know we did not part in the happiest of forms, for you expected young Aton instead of this upstart. Yet, I am pleased to inform you that […]