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“Uno!” Cried Ozymandias, To No Avail

Red 7 wandered across the desert, the weight on his back forcing each step deep into the sands. He’d been out here for weeks, searching for another to carry his burden. Not just anyone would do such a kindness for him–he needed … Continue reading

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10 Books That Have Had A Lasting Impact

I’ve been tagged in the Facebook thingy where you list 10 books that have stayed with you. Not necessarily your favorite books, but ones that have gotten hold of you and not let go. Rather than just list the books … Continue reading

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The Burnt Man

He was a burnt man. His clothes were crisp with charcoal, his breath dark with the taste of smoke. Now and then, bits of him would dry up and break off, greasily smearing the lives of those he brushed against. … Continue reading

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Little Voices in the Ocean

The news spread like wildfire across the globe. Man’s purpose had been found, and that purpose was to glorify God. The artists leapt for joy. They were vindicated at last! They were not idlers at all—they merely had years of … Continue reading

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Sell-Out Week: The Sierpinski Code

Next up in sell-out week is a globe-trotting thriller full of historical riddles, mathematical trivia, and secret societies. Don’t miss a single syllable! The following is a work of fiction. However, every great work of fiction is based around a … Continue reading

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Sell-Out Week: The Erotic (S)exploits of Ghost-Dick

Now that I’ve officially sold out, there’s no point in holding on to what’s left of my dignity. It’s time to write what’s popular, and you know what’s selling? Poorly-written pornography masquerading as erotica, and paranormal romance. Why not kill two … Continue reading

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Sell-Out Week: Holy Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stoning

Today, I finally realized that the song I learned at church camp as “Pharaoh, Pharaoh” (whoa, baby, let my people go, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah) was not, as I had been led to believe, an original composition, but a bastardized … Continue reading

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