Fractured Fragment Friday: Aged Warrior Waits to Battle Honor-less Exiles in “The Wolves Will Come”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Aged Warrior Waits to Battle Honor-less Exiles in “The Wolves Will Come”

The expression “The Wolves Will Come” was supposed to be a negative and represent a danger; colonists are on the run from their enemies, and they are forced to leave their home and their elderly behind. I wanted the elder to be abandoned by necessity, but proudly, not as a victim. It wasn’t until I … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: The Infinite Possibilities of “The Re-Entanglement of Grant Decker”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: The Infinite Possibilities of “The Re-Entanglement of Grant Decker”

I give a lot of thought to dementia and Alzheimer’s. It could be due to hearing of prominent people (Ronald Regan, Terry Pratchett) who have wound up with it, as well as relatives. Then again, it’s more likely on my mind because my own memory always seems to be in continuous decline. I wondered about … 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