Monthly Archives: April 2005

Reposted story ideas from my neglected Yahoo group

Feel free to use them for your own stories if you so choose: A man notices how beautiful, cooperative, and VERY quiet (as in mute) his friend’s new girlfriend is, and wonders why. Then, one day, he finds out. A … Continue reading

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Rashida — Chapter 3

Ten minutes after the two Government cars sped past Rashida, her bus pulled up. The driver couldn’t see her, of course, and there was no one else waiting for the bus, so she had to dart in as soon as … Continue reading

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Rashida — Chapter 2

Rashida walked from Dr. Williams’ building, practically cursing herself under her breath. “What in the world am I doing? Troy moved on a long time ago. Why would he help me anyway? All I ever did was belittle him, and … Continue reading

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Rashida — Chapter 1

Reaching for a napkin, she let out a shriek — she couldn’t see her hand! Then, shrieking again, she looked down and was able to see the couch beneath her right through her legs. She jumped up, putting down the snack tray, and ran to the full-length mirror in the bathroom and got the shock of her life.

In the mirror she saw her black-and-white-striped t-shirt, denim shorts, and shoes, but couldn’t see herself. She had turned invisible. Continue reading

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Brain Chip

Mike Forrester is an industrial spy. At some point his employers had a chip implanted in his brain that gives him the ability to create and maneuver “force fields,” which among other things means he can move things with his … Continue reading

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Lunchtime Escapade

My lunch hour had finally come, and I had no idea what to do about lunch. So I decided to do what I often wind up doing: I’d just wander around from place to place until something caught my eye. … Continue reading

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Going Underground (Paul Ingerson)

I wasn’t expecting what I found. Her legs, but without her top half stepping into one of the lifts that lead to the station’s Lombard Street exit. Of course, with the escalator throwing her out of sync and the pushing of the crowd stopping her getting together again, she must have gone two separate ways. Continue reading

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Meeting Odalys Garcia

I had a rough day at work today. Kind of like the start of my first Dream story: the work just kept piling higher and higher, making it look like I wasn’t doing anything, even though I was hard at … Continue reading

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Alone?

I’ve always had the habit of answering “I’ve been worse,” when people ask me how I’m doing. But this situation made it hard to realize just when I’d actually been worse. In a brief period of time: My girlfriend left … Continue reading

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Some story ideas from various Yahoo groups

The Glove Box: Engineering student builds basically useless contraption called a “glove box.” A booth, something like an old-fashioned telephone booth, with walls of latex sheeting with electical wires running through the walls. An AI unit powering the box can … Continue reading

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