The Sasquatch Under the Bed D. Paul Angel 812 Words Edited 10:34, 5 June 15 - I changed how I handled identifying the Sheriff in the narrative. I think it flows better now and makes more sense to boot! There was no substantive change to the story itself though. - DPA "An escaped serial killer? … Continue reading The Sasquatch Under the Bed
Beyond Babel D. Paul Angel 1,034 Words When the Tower fell the peoples all scattered as with seed upon the wind. All the Tribes left, save one, who called themselves the Nubespatii. For them the land was sacred, consecrated by the Tower's fall. Amid the Tower's rubble and carnage they dug out their meager village. … Continue reading Beyond Babel
Heiss & Burg's Coffee Roasting Co. D. Paul Angel 999 Words It has come to my attention that the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle may not be quite so well known as I so blithely assumed. Simply put, the more accurately you know a particles speed, the less accurately you can know its position, or vice-versa. So, … Continue reading Heiss & Burg’s Coffee Roasting Co.
Monster-A-Go D. Paul Angel 868 Words Claire walked up to Bruce as he was pouring himself a cup of coffee. "Have you lost weight, Bruce?" she asked, looking him over as she grabbed some coffee for herself. "No, I don't think so," he replied, unconsciously sucking in his gut anyway. "I have finally been able … Continue reading Monster-A-Go
Immortal Drift D. Paul Angel 646 Words "Well the centrifuge part is certainly new. I'll give you that. I'm pulling what, seven gee's?" "Six point nine one." "Close enough, eh? Besides, seven gees... seventy gees... seven-hundred gee's... It doesn't matter because, again, I'm fucking immortal!" "Yes. We know." "Then you know my body will adapt … Continue reading Immortal Drift
Shiver D. Paul Angel 19 Words I try and blow my nose to get it out, but the spider's legs keep pushing the tissue away.
Clarity D. Paul Angel 848 Words It was a capriciously Spring day. Rain came and went in bursting sheets, necessitating my jacket, even though it was uncomfortably warm to wear. Inside the bank I simply held it, its fabric being too slick to stay tied around my waist. I awkwardly shifted it hand to hand, … Continue reading Clarity
Puppy Love D. Paul Angel 714 Words Barras slowly opened the control room door. He'd seen the light in the lab, but no one was supposed to be here this late. He cringed when he saw Pelcher at the controls. Yes, he was a superior, but he was also an ass and Barras had had … Continue reading Puppy Love
Tech Support Difficulty D. Paul Angel 461 Words "Hi, Tech Support." "Yeah, I'm having a really hard time with my new word processor." "Oh? What's going on?" "Well, I've got a 90 page report I have to have in to my boss before I leave today." "Uh-huh." "And, well it was 90, but now it's … Continue reading Tech Support Difficulty
Where the Shadows Lie D. Paul Angel 479 Words He took Grey off leash, and watched as the border collie went bounding into the woods next to the trail. He loved it up here on the soft ridge. The trail criss-crossed the park below many times; thin lines of brown and gray cutting the large … Continue reading Where the Shadows Lie