Imagine the world without religion.
A story you read before, but redesigned and of better quality.
The Christmas is coming and bringing presents.
The other side of glory.
When the explosion erupted, I threw myself behind the cover and glanced over the edge. In a field intersected by hills and trees of a sparse canopy, a red blinker flickered. Clouds darkened the day, and the fog hovered around the crater downed Stratagma fighter jet made. The radar did not show the presence of … Continue reading Memories of a Cyborg
Children of Gliba By Shawn A fuzzy-haired boy slammed a tin plate with a crowbar atop the ruins. When he made a sizeable dent, he looked at the abandoned buildings. The hollow structures whistled with air. He wiped his nose with the back of his arm covered in festering wounds, gazing into the mist … Continue reading Children of Gliba (story and critique) FREE
On the top of a cliff with its flat side turned towards the horizon, a dozen of little lights glowed in the night. Under that rock, slippery edges and sharp rims, a forest of lumpy and long dark spikes rested. Tall, broken and hollow, not organic, but not solid, they stood. The storm was unsettling, … Continue reading Your Rain (story and critique) FREE
I counted 18 425 days since my activation. Time flies when you are seeking the next mission. My front deck crackled above the cooling heart of 1 500 horsepower, while the core status flashed red. Rustling dry grass rippled in the vast dark-yellow field touched by the wind. My filters registered pollution in the smooth … Continue reading Memoirs of MBT Arthur (story and critique) (FREE)
The Captain's iron locks of beard swung loosely tracing the movements of the rudder. The ship sailed through the endless void of uncharted space. The Captain’s steely gaze focused on the monitor portraying the route outlined by the thin blue curves. They just got out of a tough place, so the image shivered in a … Continue reading The Captain’s curse (story and critique)
Surprise! The story "The Captain's curse" is finally posted on my Patreon. I know, it's been a long waiting, but that's over now. It is like I lifted a boulder from my chest. I feel lighter and better today. Thanks to the editor I am working with, this little story turned out very nice and … Continue reading The Captain’s curse (Patreon)