Monthly Archives: January 2016

Front-line grunt of an undead army

Boredom, terror, desire. Jon felt nothing else, not for five years. Not since he’d succumbed to the pox and had been buried. Hindsight showed now that he should’ve asked for his remains to be burnt. Necromancers needed critical mass in

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Given first line

Barry knew his mumbling was going to get him killed someday. He was shocked that it hadn’t. There was the time he’d given directions to Mary while she drove down the freeway. He mumbled so incoherently that she nearly drove into

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Something unusual stops a novelist from finishing her book

The whole town was empty. Completely deserted. The only sounds came from a slight wind and a few birds somewhere in the distance. When she’d left her house that morning, Cassie had been surprised at the lack of traffic. Even

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Dialogue up a notch

Her radio sounded just then, calling out a time for debriefing. Trike groaned. “Can’t let us rest, even for a minute.” Stacy kneaded her thighs with her knuckles, massaging out the cramps from sitting atop Trike’s armored back all day.

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Side character from the future

Adam turned around slowly, shaking his head. What was that? he thought. The brightness faded, leaving him blinking away the spots in his vision. Once he could see again, it was just as difficult to see as before. The sun shone

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Lord of the Rings, the book or the movie?

Let’s say movie.

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Watchmen. Who do you trust?

No one. I trust no one.

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Pandemic Legacy, with so many spoilers

Don’t watch if you haven’t played.

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Pandemic Legacy, this time without spoilers

A closed box.

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Krosmaster. Enter the Arena.

Lots of pieces. Lots of game.

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