It is December 20th. Brian is alone. That’s all right. He never liked Christmas anyway...
Everybody loves the story of the snowman who comes to life. His black eyes twinkle, his charcoal lips turn into a smile, his twig arms reach out. For a night, he is a wonder, dancing a feet-less dance in his hat under the stars. For the winter, he is at home, walking in a world... Continue Reading →
Ah, it seems so long since we last had one of these. Lots more people were alive, World War Three didn't seem as imminent, and the idea of resurgent fascism seemed very unlikely. It was a simpler time, a better time. And here we are again with our discussion of the Doctor Who Christmas Special,... Continue Reading →
Martha sighed as she looked from the slices of log roll to the empty places around the table. A squeal of tires came from outside, then silence. At least this year they'd made it to desert before everything fell apart. This is for Three Line Tales. Thanks to Sonya for holding the challenge and Jennifer... Continue Reading →
Last night was Christmas, which, as you all know, is the day we get an extra Doctor Who episode. JA Prentice (JA) and Jaden C. Kilmer (JC) discuss the special, the very last episode of this year. And remember there are... So read on at your own risk. JA: Overall I'd say I rather liked it. JC: Picking up where... Continue Reading →
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When clouds form a shroud of grey and the sun begins an early descent from the sky, we remember that Christmas is held in the midst of the cold Dark to remind us of the Light. This is a one sentence story in response to Kimberly Crawford's Flash Fiction Challenge.