Archive for the ‘Intersections’ Category

New Flashfic: Cross the Line

Posted: 5th June 2017 by Bill Maxwell in Flash Fiction, Intersections, Personal
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There is an argument that video games can cause violence. I know for a fact that for many people, it brings solace. It brings relief. And there are circumstances where violence is sadly necessary. Ω Simply put, when drink and the night took him, that’s when she came alive. Phosphor colored dots on a desktop […]

New Flashfic: Trooper

Posted: 5th June 2017 by Bill Maxwell in Flash Fiction, Intersections
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How do you feel if you’re on the losing side of history? A trooper from a familiar franchise comes to the only conclusion he can. ∞ Petrichor. VX-2068 (Vex, to his squad mates) heard that term when he was off-duty, drinking at a bar off of Kessel. The Tarkin doctrine stated that it was the […]