12. The City behind the Fog

I’m back! Here is a flash fiction piece inspired by a thick fog we had a few weeks ago, when everything looked strange: * * * * * The fog on the 12th of August was the thickest ever seen in the city. The people woke to find their regular landmarks were all but gone,Continue reading “12. The City behind the Fog”

10. Message from the Stars

  “It’s happening again Ma’am.” Jane Brown, head of the Pacific Ocean Space Monitoring Station, looked up to see Richard, her junior technician, in the doorway. The strain on the young scientist’s face was evident. It was only three months since the new telescope had become operational. They had not expected to pick up messagesContinue reading “10. Message from the Stars”

Flash Fiction 15. Christmas Past

  Grandpa didn’t have any technology at his house, so whenever he came to visit, he stared closely at the automatic garage door, sensor lights and indoor climate control. Lindy thought it was funny, but her mother just said Grandpa preferred to live the old way. Lindy couldn’t help showing off her new tablet though,Continue reading “Flash Fiction 15. Christmas Past”