Fractured Fragment Friday: No Matter What You’ve Smoked, “Cannabis Alienus ‘alien dope’” May Be Too Much For You
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Fractured Fragment Friday: No Matter What You’ve Smoked, “Cannabis Alienus ‘alien dope’” May Be Too Much For You

“Cannabis alienus ‘alien dope’” originated from something that really happened to me (no, not the alien slug.) My family moved out of state before my junior year of high school, and two years later (after graduation) I made a trip back to what used to be home, to try reconnecting with people I knew. Aside … Continue reading

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Fractured Fragment Friday: In Which I Must Rescue a Soul from These Brown-Robed Primitives with “My Brother’s Keeper”

Mind control and invasion keeps cropping up in my work. “My Brother’s Keeper” took the medieval notion of demonic possession, which some “science” now tries to explain away as probable psychological disorders – I’m not sure I buy into that. What if there is such a thing as possession, but it’s a little more commonplace … Continue reading

“Copy Cat” Release Day!
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“Copy Cat” Release Day!

Today is the release day for “Copy Cat”, the eleventh of my tales of Herc Tom, Champion of the Empire.  The eBook is currently available for a reduced promotional price during the release weekend at several online retailers, including, but not limited to: Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/1077881?ref=NoTimeToThink   Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w?ean=2940162279877 Amazon:  https://amzn.to/3fH9cYM Honest ratings and … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: Lonely, Cantankerous Shopkeeper Fails To Avoid “Bugging Out”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Lonely, Cantankerous Shopkeeper Fails To Avoid “Bugging Out”

In “Bugging Out” I was exploring a couple of disturbing observations about impermanence – the way that buildings seem to instantly appear (yes, I know they were probably being built for weeks and I just wasn’t paying attention) and also how common objects that I know I just saw a moment ago simply vanish (where … Continue reading