Rerouted by Alyssa Le Fort

When Jerri stepped out on the patio, she saw three people from the wedding party she would have to convince if she hoped to get out of this angry crowd alive. Ok. Jerri was a character, not in the wedding party. She looked down, and saw she’s wearing a blue knee length floral summer dress, her hair pinned up, and her legs shaved. Obviously, this virtual reality stuff didn’t care about matching with your actual personality. She stood tall and…

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Three-Hour Fiction Contest winner Daniel Williams

Ogami grinned and looked over to the white skinned man sitting in the passenger seat. Dan was struggling to find the right button that would roll down his window. “Wot up, Dan-man?” he asked in a cheery tone. “Can’t seem to find the right button….” Dan mumbled. Ogami reached over and pulled Dan’s hand away from the center console. “What is freakin’ wrong with you Canadians, man? I got the AC up full, and you wanna roll down the window…

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Letters for Home by Kelly Madden

A single strip of sunlight slid through the crack in the hotel curtains and rested on the bright white sheets of the bed. When Marilyn finally opened her eyes a few hours later, it was well after ten am, and she was dripping in sweat. She kicked the sheet off and lay on her back, limbs spread like a starfish. Soon, her were feet soaking up the coolness of the Talavera tile floor in the bathroom. The heavy bag of…

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And Your Bird Can Sing by Michael Chouinard

Chris looked out the window and decided he would have to go down, even though he was still a little hung over. He’d been worried since the notes started arriving. He and his new bride arrived in this mountain resort town, jammed full of tourist types with arms full of skis heading for the black diamond runs, but someone who obviously knew who he was from years earlier started shoving notes under the hotel door. That someone seemed to be…

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