Observations of The Urban Spaceman

The scream from the alley drew Xander's attention. A smile tugged at one corner of his mouth. And here he thought it was going to be a quiet night in the...

Three days without sleep was the least of my worries. The three dead bodies on the floor? They were a worry. The three cops who bust into the apartment and found...

It was raining on the day I was seen for the first time in over a year. One of those muted, heavy rains that dampens sound and mood

An irregular drumbeat filled the air, a series of staccato thuds that set Anneka's heart racing. She felt it in her chest, in her mind, caressing her skin, filling her from...

This will be my final journal entry. Earlier today, I powered down the facility's generator. The battery back-up will last an hour, maybe two. After that, the computers will go offline....

Fox came upon a family of crows circling an old oak tree. Head cocked, he barked up to them, "Crows, why are you circling around up there?"

By The Urban Spaceman Two weeks into summer break and bored out of their minds, Tommy and D.J. rode their bikes two miles to the abandoned church in the countryside. They...

Dear Malisia Please forgive me. Last night, as my soldiers lay exhausted and bleeding in an impromptu reprieve from battle, I realised it has been almost a month since my last letter...

The group of histourists moved closer together as Clancy Deville led them along a familiar path through the ruins. As he walked, he pointed out features he knew would impress, and...

The halls of residence are silent, save for the small noises of the other Acolytes sleeping soundly. The quiet snores. The fitful turns. The creak of Alovis's bed as he rolls...