Tag Archives: science Fiction

Threshold ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Morning light seeped in, illuminating the threshold, but not digging its way any deeper.  With the dawn came the salt-tinged breeze.  The surf continued, as it always had and always would, a constant background murmur and throb.  It was relaxing, … Continue reading

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Sanctuary ~ Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

Our scientists had first caught the distress signal two weeks ago. All the investment in our Space Program, and decades of painful waiting while listening to the cribbing of the naysayers, it had all turned out to be worth it, … Continue reading

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The Place ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

“I’ll take you to the place,” she promised. “The place where you came from?” the boy pressed. “Your before home?” “If it is still there,” she nodded, her eyes clouding over with something between wistfulness and worry. She watched his … Continue reading

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The Rift ~ Kyt Wright #writephoto

A walker heard the noise first, a strange chittering coming from a thin cleft in the rock. Laying down he squinted into it but could see nothing, the sound was louder here echoing slightly and a foetid stench assaulted his … Continue reading

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Free Story: Two’s a Crowd ~ Nicholas C. Rossis

Reblogged from Nicholas C. Rossis: *** Read Infinite Waters for free on Kindle Unlimited *** In April 2018, I posted my thousandth post on this blog. To celebrate, I started sharing here all my short stories. Every couple of weeks, I’ll be posting … Continue reading

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Imagination – Take 2, The Story ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

The buildings rose two or three floors around, grey and brown, mostly aged brick and sandstone, though some of the older buildings showed signs that the neighborhood once had a little more opulence, with local marbles showing here and there, … Continue reading

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Why AI won’t work. Probably. ~ Matthew Wright

Reblogged from Matthew Wright: One of the main tropes of science fiction has to be the self-aware robot or computer – one mobile, the other not, but both presented as self-aware and able to think as we do, although often … Continue reading

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Heaven for Toasters, on #LisaBurtonRadio ~ Craig Boyack talks to Nicholas Rossis

Reblogged from Entertaining Stories ~Nicholas Rossis: Welcome to another edition of Lisa Burton Radio. I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl, and I’m giddy with excitement today. My very special guest is an android, but not only that, he has … Continue reading

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You Can’t Fight a Prophecy ~ Nicholas C. Rossis #shortstory

Reblogged from Nicholas C. Rossis: In April, I posted my thousandth post on this blog. To celebrate, I will share here all my short stories. Every couple of weeks, I’ll be posting one story from my celebrated Exciting Destinies series for … Continue reading

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From the Sea . . . Pamela S. Wight

Reblogged from roughwighting: J..W. Waterhouse. / 1900 It happened at the dark of morning, when the sky turned from black to pewter to soft tangerine. She rose from the surf, waterlogged, the seaweed and starfish whispering her name. Sassas. Sassas. … Continue reading

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