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

Here’s the Blurb Be careful what you smoke. L.D. had always been an unapologetic pot-head, but something has gone wrong and he’s fallen off the radar. Eric returns home for what he thinks is going to be a simple intervention, but turns into… something else. Find out what – read “Cannabis alienus ‘alien dope’.” Here’s … Continue reading

<strong>Fractured Fragment Friday: Alien Visitor Contends with the Superstitions of Primitives in “My Brother’s Keeper”</strong>
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Alien Visitor Contends with the Superstitions of Primitives in “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

<strong>Fractured Fragment Friday: The Exobiological Discovery of “The Sheila Wulf Chitinoid Sessions”</strong>
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Fractured Fragment Friday: The Exobiological Discovery of “The Sheila Wulf Chitinoid Sessions”

With “The Sheila Wulf Chitinoid Sessions”, I just wanted to play with the mistake we make about assuming that other life (and people) have to be the same as us, or look and behave like something familiar to us instead of something alien. And if we can have tools and tricks to help us communicate … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: Dealing With the Inconvenience of “The Body” That Just Refuses To Stay Dead
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Dealing With the Inconvenience of “The Body” That Just Refuses To Stay Dead

I’m stretching here to try and offer an explanation for where “The Body” came from.  If you neglect people in your life and only pay attention to what YOU want, don’t expect those people to sit idly by without exercising their own, alien agendas. Admit it – for most people, it’s all about ME (without … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: Can Aaron Walker Save His Town from Their Alien Overlords by “Riding the Devil”?
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Can Aaron Walker Save His Town from Their Alien Overlords by “Riding the Devil”?

“Riding the Devil” is a science fiction / fantasy story with a western steampunk flavor. The story’s seed was a dream my significant one shared with me, saying “you should write a story from this.” Of course, what I wrote bore no resemblance to her dream as far as she’s concerned (no matter how much … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: Alien Invaders Are Suspicious of “Burial Details”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Alien Invaders Are Suspicious of “Burial Details”

The thought of an old farmer hiding children underground popped into my head, and I had to have a reason why (Oops! I guess that’s a spoiler…) In “Burial Details”, Earth is invaded by aliens intent on keeping the human population in check by removing those capable of reproduction. Here’s the Blurb Be sure to … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: Which Species is the “Endangered” One, Here?
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Which Species is the “Endangered” One, Here?

I had a vision of a traditional UFO saucer crashed into a cavern. Who else would be there besides park rangers? Bats of course, and a statement on some of the foolishness that goes into placing more importance on nature than human beings. There’s more than a couple of “Endangered” species in there. Here’s the … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: Jim Goes Through a Disturbing Transformation While “Finding Sanctuary”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Jim Goes Through a Disturbing Transformation While “Finding Sanctuary”

“Finding Sanctuary” just started with the idea of a human colony ship wandering through space in search of a home. Eventually they find one. But an alien planet suitable for life would of course have alien life, wouldn’t it? It would be nice to think they’d be welcoming, but…, well…, WE’D be the aliens then, … Continue reading