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Ten Years by Susan Cunningham by Susan Cunningham https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/41261 Short fiction for short moments! The inevitable nature of humanity emerges in this speculative short story about alien discovery. What happens when we learn the truth about our universe? Ten Years explores a snapshot into a young girl's life adapting to the harsh reality of a world changed forever.

Ten Years by Susan Cunningham by Susan Cunningham

Ten Years by Susan Cunningham by Susan Cunningham https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/41261 Short fiction for short moments! The inevitable nature of humanity emerges in this speculative short story about alien discovery. What happens when we learn the truth about our universe? Ten Years explores a snapshot into a young girl's life adapting to the harsh reality of a world changed forever.

The Medallion by Gena Ervin https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/49822 The first chapter of my short novel available for free. A dolphin fugitive escapes to land disguised as a human with the help of a special medallion.

The Medallion by Gena Ervin

The first chapter of my short novel available for free. A dolphin fugitive escapes to land disguised as a human with the help of a special medallion.

Reality At Last by Philip Ogley https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/48048 Trapped in a soulless cycle of online news, gadget blogs and 'friends' I didn't even 'like', I decided one afternoon to go out and see what the real world was really like. Reality at Last is a short story for the digital age — LIKE!

Reality At Last by Philip Ogley

Reality At Last by Philip Ogley https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/48048 Trapped in a soulless cycle of online news, gadget blogs and 'friends' I didn't even 'like', I decided one afternoon to go out and see what the real world was really like. Reality at Last is a short story for the digital age — LIKE!

Sage by Aparna mukhedkar https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/47274 Sage-flash fiction. Starts with a bit of mischief and ends with a frightening twist.

Sage by Aparna mukhedkar (Appy)

Starts with a bit of mischief and ends with a frightening twist.

Ghoul Obtains his Driver's License by John Potts Jr (@JohnLPottsJr) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/49777 Leave a comment if you like! Just make sure it is helpful. Enjoy.

Ghoul Obtains his Driver's License by John Potts Jr

Full flash fiction story brought to you, by me, for. Ghoul is particular about his breakfast. Original link at the bottom.

My visualization of the seven layers of heaven by Sara Khan https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/48906 My final resting place and home for eternity

My visualization of the seven layers of heaven by Sara Khan (Author Sara Khan)

I went on my own spiritual journey of self-discovery, which took 20 years to find that the answers were within.

Sentinel by Diana Heath https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/56280 This poem was inspired by an ancient gum tree that grows in my backyard.

Sentinel by Diana Heath (DJ Heath)

Sentinel by Diana Heath https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/56280 This poem was inspired by an ancient gum tree that grows in my backyard.

Lead on to Fortune by Susan McDonough-Wachtman https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/43509 First draft, first part of a new book, first try at a paranormal thriller ala X-Files

Lead on to Fortune by Susan McDonough-Wachtman

First draft, first part of a new book, first try at a paranormal thriller ala X-Files

TLDR 37 Forest Eye Can Tell: Uncarved Block Is But Freedom by Ephrat Livni https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/41354 Too Long Don't Read (TLDR) is a literary science fiction satire serial about tech culture, labor, and language in the near future. It was blogged on ephratlivni.com for 9 months and is now complete. Friends, we have reached the end of the hero's journey. Celebrations are necessarily brief.

TLDR 37 Forest Eye Can Tell: Uncarved Block Is But Freedom by Ephrat Livni

TLDR 37 Forest Eye Can Tell: Uncarved Block Is But Freedom by Ephrat Livni https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/41354 Too Long Don't Read (TLDR) is a literary science fiction satire serial about tech culture, labor, and language in the near future. It was blogged on ephratlivni.com for 9 months and is now complete. Friends, we have reached the end of the hero's journey. Celebrations are necessarily brief.

In the Fell Place by Raymond Federle https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/54661 poem

In the Fell Place by Raymond Federle https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/54661 poem

The Men of the Uncanny Valley, Part 1 by Anthony Simeone https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/44398 A serial science fiction tale about the post-apocalypse, unnatural males, and shooting companionship in the head.

The Men of the Uncanny Valley, Part 1 by Anthony Simeone

A serial science fiction tale about the post-apocalypse, unnatural males, and shooting companionship in the head.

Taste Deeply by Sandra Woodiwiss https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/43213 There is the natural retribution that man must suffer when a woman feels scorned, cheated or laughed at behind her back. Though in reality it means nothing more than a mild inconvenience to him. She may loft her rock into the air, even well aimed but...

Taste Deeply by Sandra and Spencer Woodiwiss (SKW)

There is the natural retribution that man must suffer when a woman feels scorned, cheated or laughed at behind her back. Though in reality it means nothing more than a mild inconvenience to him. She may loft her rock into the air, even well aimed but.

TLDR 35 Photo Booth: Way not seen, heard, can't be exhausted by Ephrat Livni https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/40458

TLDR 35 Photo Booth: Way not seen, heard, can't be exhausted by Ephrat Livni

TLDR 35 Photo Booth: Way not seen, heard, can't be exhausted by Ephrat Livni https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/40458

How Many? by Travis J. Croken https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/54365 Seeing all the pain and division happening in the world brought this piece to me. Perhaps it was a way to get the questions out of my own head, for I and many others, do not have the answers. I hope you enjoy it and please feel free to share.

How Many? by Travis J. Croken (The Calm Scribe)

Seeing all the pain and division happening in the world brought this piece to me. Perhaps it was a way to get the questions out of my own head, for I and many others, do not have the answers. I hope you enjoy it and please feel free to share.

Real life is weirder than fiction by soumya mukherjee https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/49141 True story of an underprivileged boy growing up in Goa

Real life is weirder than fiction by soumya mukherjee (wiseguy of the east)

True story of an underprivileged boy growing up in Goa

The Millennium Malevolence Four Book Anthology by Kyle Robertson https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/66065 Starting in the middle-ages, a Protector tried to stop an immortal with witchcraft, but inadvertently destroyed the immortal’s, eternal mate. The immortal was affected as well. 1000 years later, he wanted to destroy the Protector's bloodline. How does the last descendant deal with the vengeance?

The Millennium Malevolence Four Book Anthology by Kyle Robertson

The Millennium Malevolence Four Book Anthology by Kyle Robertson https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/66065 Starting in the middle-ages, a Protector tried to stop an immortal with witchcraft, but inadvertently destroyed the immortal’s, eternal mate. The immortal was affected as well. 1000 years later, he wanted to destroy the Protector's bloodline. How does the last descendant deal with the vengeance?