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    The white taxi, June 22, 1990

    Quick little note: Yes we know this was supposed to be published on Friday, that didn’t happen. We run this site as a hobby, so sometimes things don’t get prioritized. Thank you for waiting and here is your Fiction Friday story! After four days of riding at sea, maintaining our health and hunger, we finally […] More

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    Daniel Boone, Birthday Cake, and Zombies

    This is a quick story within a story that will be in my new book One Undead Step if I ever get around to finishing the damn thing. I hope you love it. If not, then please say you do anyway, because I’m very insecure about these things. Thursday, 17 July 1969 Randy was so […] More

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    Light in the darkness, March 22, 1987

    Now, two years after my birth, my father is barely home seeing that he lost his job, and he is always looking for work. The only time he was home; is when we are all eating meals in the kitchen. I am in the kitchen sitting in my small dark-brown wooden baby seat; Maria is […] More

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    Kyle’s Fiction Fridays

    Today we’re happy to announce a new project! About a week ago we got contacted by Mr. K.R. Bernard, who is a zombie fiction writer. Now I know that’s not a special profession these days, but Kyle had a series of short stories written that weren’t published yet. So starting soon, we’ll be posting parts […] More

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    Coward or Hero

    “I can’t let them die. I can’t.”  A school resource officer is supposed to keep children safe. Officer Jose Jimenez was trained to stop a school shooter, not to deal with this. “C’mon think motherfucker! Think!” Luckily, he was only thinking, he knew enough not to voice his frustrations audibly. The children he managed to get to […] More

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    The Last President

    “The Russians just launched everything they have.”  The general couldn’t believe the intelligence, couldn’t believe what the Russians had just done, nor could he believe the words now escaping his lips. “They’re nuking their own country.” “What are they hitting?” The President snapped. “The major population centers, Moscow, St Petersburg, etc.” “Are they leaving the countryside alone? […] More

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    An eye view of the apocalypse

    “This snarling child is going to kill me!!” The thought barely had formed in Janisa Perez’s mind as the child pounced on her face. As it ripped her scalp from her skull, time slowed for Janisa. The child had landed on her hard, it’s tiny fingers dug into her scalp as it tried pulling the […] More

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    The Virus

    It was a beautiful day. The temperature was somewhere in the mid-seventies, the humidity was low, and the sun gleamed radiantly in a sky that seemed to get more blue with every day that had passed since the dead collectively decided they were no longer going to stay all the way dead. Mike had always […] More

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    Blood-Orange Sun, By Brittany Skye Jones

    The whole world was covered in orange. From the dust covered roads to the vacant cars, the coppery sun seemed to set the world aflame. All was quiet and still. The only sound in the air was the crunching of boots on the old roads, the heavy breathing of my comrades; each thankful for the […] More

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    From Hell They Came: Part Four

    Alisha just stood there a while, staring at the door to the back room of the drugstore. An anger rose in her core. An anger she had been carrying with her for a while now. Everything she loved had been taken from her and all she could do was keep going. She had nothing left […] More

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    The Hunger

    After Z-Day hit things changed. Life got harder, but it became more precious. Things that used to matter like wealth, status, and race ceased to be of importance. Money didn’t buy your more time on this here green earth. Status didn’t stop scavengers from poaching your food. Ad Zombies didn’t care what color you were […] More