Wednesday, December 14, 2011

And Death Will Never Take Me (WT 108)

A simple drunk and disorderly police call reveals the secret sins of the Angel of Death.

Published in: DARK SECRETS Anthology edited by Dorothy Davies

Kakashi (WT 000)

Not all heroes have powers and muscles and capes. Some heroes live lonely, solitary lives and care for the ordinary things, lest the ordinary things become unique.  Some watch the fields and forests and keep them safe.

A reprint from years ago, republished in print in LOCAL HEROES an anthology edited by Brandon Rucker.

Two Boys At Play (WT 29)

Two boys playing in their back yard meet their counterparts from the past through a rift in time.

Published in Daily Flash Fiction 2012: 366 Days of Flash from Pill Hill Press

Death Visits Oktoberfest (WT 80)

An actor playing the character of Death in a morality at an Oktoberfest Renaissance Faire decides to party-hearty in costume and pays for his actions.

Published in: Fall Shudders an anthology of spooky tales edited by Dorothy Davies

The Birthday Boy's Last Christmas (WT 103)

Christmas is always bright and cheery, with silver tinsel and red and gold balls and lots of twinkling fairy lights with Cthulhu and a vampire. A time of joy, a time of giving till it hurts, blood that is and human sacrifice.

Published in: CHRISTMAS FEAR 2: UNHOLY NIGHT - an anthology of short horror stories edited by Chris Bartholomew.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

The Outer Limits of the Pizza Twilight Zone (WT107)

Ever get the wrong number late at night and they the temerity to order pizza from you?

Published in Daily Flash 2012: 366 Days of Flash Fiction by Pill Hill Press

Young Sherlock Holmes' Big Crime Spree (WT 105)

Is it possible that the great detective was once a common wrongdoer? Is it possible that there is someone more brilliant than Sherlock?

Published in DAILY FLASH 2012 LEAP YEAR

Thursday, December 01, 2011

Who Wants To Date An Alien (WT 65)

Can a dating show be a weapon of mass destruction? In a bizarre twist of events, an anthropoid lizard and a Tentacle with a big mouth rudely interrupt a man's morning shower. Are they Impresarios from another planet or terrorists unleashing the most dread weapon in the galaxy? Before you can say "Inquiring Minds Want to Know" a mountain is teleported above a capital city and starts to fall...

"FIRST CONTACT IMMINENT" an anthology edited by Joe Jablonksi
published by RED SKIES PRESS

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