Ant Farm

Ant Farm

The rain was coming down heavy. Each drop pounded like a small hammer onto Reggie’s already soaked scalp. Once the sponge of his hair was full enough, a torrent would escape down his forehead and run across his eyes. He blinked the momentary distraction away. He...
Bobbo

Bobbo

“The sweetest sound to a person’s ear is the sound of their own name.” — Dale Carnegie The monster almost tripped over the rim of the portal as he passed the bright and crackling electric edge. Bobbo scrunched his enormous body together and tried to squeeze...
The Fox at the Top of the Stairs

The Fox at the Top of the Stairs

Frida and Jacob came to live with the farmer and his wife one cold winter day. Their mommy and daddy had gone away, suddenly. The farmer and his wife were to be their new daddy and mommy. Life there was good. Their new parents were cheerful and played with them often....
Out of Gas

Out of Gas

It won’t be long now; I can see it coming, just over the hill. It’s been five hours since it started. Five long hours. But this here deck chair is comfortable. And I’ve got a dozen beer. Well, had; three left now. It’ll be enough, judging by how fast it’s moving. And...
Inside the Worm

Inside the Worm

Inside the worm is a hard place to be. I should know, I had been in there for four days already when I got company. Luckily the worm had swallowed my whole camp — tent, rations, portable library, everything. But, of course, it wasn’t luck. No, it was all part of the...
I Am Not Audra Steffenberger

I Am Not Audra Steffenberger

You all know me. Some of you love me. Others hate me. But I don’t exist. I never did. That might be a lot to digest. Some of you are already calling bullshit. However, it’s the truth. Let me state it another way. I am Audra Steffenberger. I am not Audra Steffenberger....