Tag Archives: religious fiction

On High

Jason Metz was sorry they’d all be dead before they were successful but that’s how the cookie of environmental science crumbled. Or maybe not.  Maybe some of the crackpot longevity studies back on Earth would turn up something and they … Continue reading

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Fool’s Errand

“You came here to kill God?” Pastor Hasan Abidi asked the crazy question with the posed nonchalance of a man who knew when to keep cool.  The unstable giant standing on the other side of his desk in the office … Continue reading

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Right Outside Her Window

Mrs. Falciani enjoyed watching the mysterious cloud of light grow and brighten in the western sky as the last tints of silvery dusk sank behind the silhouettes of the houses lined up along her neat suburban street.  Night after night … Continue reading

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Her Scarlet Fingers, Her Amber Eyes

Reposting a piece of fiction.  Hope you like it. I always thought it was odd the way the pilgrims used to celebrate.  Once or twice a year they would arrive, winding through the valley along the banks of the little … Continue reading

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Shameless Self-Promotion

      Back in 2011 I received a phone call informing me that I was a winner in the 28th annual Writers of the Future contest.  My novelette My Name is Angela was published in Volume 28 of L. Ron Hubbard … Continue reading

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