Prompt: You wake up. Short of breath, your head pounding. You see bright lights all around you. And then a glass enclosure. A rather well-dressed humanoid enters the room, leading smaller humanoids along with it. “And this little guy is our most recently revived, he was born over 32,000 years ago.”Continue reading Writing Prompt #123 — Wiping the Slate Clean
Nocturnal Sirens Publishing‘s Scary Snippets: Virtual Edition is out now! Containing two dystopian, sci-fi flash pieces and one short story: “Premature Release”, “A Miracle or Curse”, and “Finding Humanity”.
Another month, another list of the books I’ve read and my thoughts.Continue reading Books Read in November
Prompt: You’re with your GF in the cinema. After buying tickets you notice a shady looking guy staring at you, but his hood hides his face. You get popcorn, he follows you, walking like he has many wounds. He catches up with you, grabs you, and as you turn around, you look right at your own face.
Here are the books I read in the month of June!
Prompt: When humans die, they turn into an elemental statue. Like one made of trees or the one made of ice even the obsidian one. You are a rogue artist that paints the battlefields after the battle.
Like in previous months, here’s the books I read in April and what I thought about them.
Prompt: Aliens are stunned by the thought of “Therapists” and “therapy”. No other species has ever thought about solving individual problems together and as such most aliens believe that this is a trait unique to humans and have begun abducting random humans to deal with their emotional baggage.
Prompt: You are the only person, outside the company, who knows that the AI aren’t artificial. The “AI” are people, but they don’t pretend to be AI of their own will.
Like in previous months, here’s the books I read in March and what I thought about them.