Death Diamonds – Blog Battle

This was the Blog Battle Entry for July 2020 and the prompt was Conceal. Death Diamonds Darrant hated these busy city bars, so many people crammed in to one place to be together and drink until they either couldn't walk or couldn't stand each other any more. This is what these people called fun or … Continue reading Death Diamonds – Blog Battle

Poseidon

Drip.Drip.Drip."Oh here's another leak." The young woman pointed, stopping and looking back."Dammit." The deep voice of a man replied. "Have we got any buckets left?""Just the one." The young woman replied, she help it up to the man. Both of them looked disheveled and tired. Their white pressure suits looking far from white with dirt … Continue reading Poseidon

The Perseus Incident

This is my entry for September's Blog Battle - the theme or word for this month is Shield. Rogan looked over a panel, checking the readout he looked up the manual. Flicking though a few pages he finally stopped. "Panel E7." He looked around, found panel E7 and flicked several of the switches. He looked … Continue reading The Perseus Incident

Blue Siren

This is my entry for August's Blog Battle - the theme or word for this month is Intercept. Jenna knew she was pushing it, vibrations that normally could never be felt reverberated around the console, shaking through her body. The small Ranger's engines were pushed to beyond their operating limits, the smell of hot metal … Continue reading Blue Siren

Fields of Paper Flowers

This is my entry for January's Blog Battle - the theme or word for this month is Heart. "Here it is!" Brian revealed all glowing with pride. "The artificial flower!"I looked on it with a mix of distain and yet a little awe at the intricate and beautiful creation. "So what?" "What do you mean so … Continue reading Fields of Paper Flowers

The Eternal Librarian

This is my entry for December's Blog Battle - the theme or word for this month is Heart. "I have exciting news for you Emily." Libby told Emily in her usual flat robotic but clearly feminine tone."What is that?" Emily asked excitedly. At sixteen years old Emily was often told she was too old to … Continue reading The Eternal Librarian