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Trivago Guy Fan Fiction: “The Lure of Churritos”

I’ve kept you guys waiting long enough. It’s finally time for the third installment of my epic 5,000-word Trivago Guy novella “Trivago Guy Buys a Belt (Or Does He?).” Enjoy. Trivago Guy Meme Fan Fiction Part 3: “The Lure of … Continue reading

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“Humanesque: The Robot Skitz 1” totally FREE on Amazon 17–18 September!

One of my robot short stories, “Humanesque,” is available for FREE on Amazon today and tomorrow (Sept 17–18). It’s quick and easy to download to your Kindle device or app, OR you can simply read it in your browser through … Continue reading

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LAST Day of Horror Book Giveaway! Act Now!

  Today is your last chance to pick up my short horror story published through Amazon Direct Publishing. Please show your support by downloading a copy (100% free!) and leaving some feedback on Amazon. Every little bit helps! Click the … Continue reading

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Special Offer: A Review for a Review!

Hello everyone! Today is Day 2 of my free book giveaway, and I have an extra special offer to share with my fellow WordPress bloggers (or fellow free-book-giveawayers). If anyone is willing to download my FREE (very) short story from … Continue reading

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“Trivago Guy” Fan Fiction

The following is an excerpt of an embarrassingly complete short story I wrote based on the probably already forgotten Trivago Guy meme. It was inspired by the Rolling Stone article, What’s the Deal With the Trivago Guy?, which dangled the possibility of … Continue reading

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Funny Spy Fiction: “Get Highpants – Part 3”

When we last left our hero, the elderly, ocassionally-senile secret agent Edgar Plome (ret.), he was busy preparing his home for the arrival of a death squad tasked with his extermination. Let’s see how said Death Squad fares against his wacky … Continue reading

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3D Printer Fiction: “Inch By Inch” Part 4

Inch By Inch (Part 4) As he crawled he saw little blue popping stars and everything seemed too white. It made him think of the scenes in movies when dudes die and go to heaven and try to talk God … Continue reading

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Saturday Stories: “Get Highpants”

The agency had a special alert system that could tell via sub cranial brain-chip when any of the retired agents were about to start going senile. And then of course Headquarters would send in a squad of fresh young agents … Continue reading

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Saturday Stories: “Duck Lake”

Dr. Putnam wondered, If she was really a witch how could she have died? Or how could she have stayed dead? Or, even more-so, how could she still be staying dead even as we speak? Just from a little water in her … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “Farmyard”

Farmyard (part 1) Malamute shuffled out of the bunkhouse scratching his doughy, left glute. He was a skinny dogman with the body of a scrawny teenage boy, but with the thick furry head of a middle-aged Siberian Husky (growing up, he … Continue reading

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