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Friday Fictioneers 100-Word Story Challenge: SQUIDS


SQUIDS

“I’m Professor Michael … “

“He’s Mike, I’m Jeff,” the younger one shot the elder a look. “We work with Annelise.”

“Work?”

“Did your daughter ever mention SQUIDS, … “

“She hated fish…”

“…Josephson … Cooper… Shapiro steps… breakthrough… not steps, spiral…”

“Where’s Annelise?” Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers 100-Word Story Challenge: The Demise of Emily Huxley


“Marry me?”

“World’s ending.”

“Proposal rejection 13. Novel.” Bubbles in his beer deflated. “That ocean will outlast the walls of this beach house.”

“Not for long.”

“Headlines – Palaeontologist Predicts End of World.”

“Palaeontologists Report Planet’s Final Straw.”

“Which is?”

“The demise of Emily Huxley.” Continue reading

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