The Abduction: A Novella, Part Three

THEN 5 Sam Greensborough leaned forward and peered at the small open box Michael sat at the center of the table. “It’s beautiful, Michael.” He said. “Triphanie will love it. When’s the big day again?” “Tonight, actually,” Michael said. “Five years. Can you believe it?” Sam nodded. “They fly by fast,” he said. “Hell, CarolContinue reading “The Abduction: A Novella, Part Three”

The Fall Of Demeter: Part Six

TO: Demeter Crew (Demeter.Command.mil@spaceforce.mil FROM: lsfqibvpibv (CORRUPTED) SUBJECT: Passenger Head Count DATE: 02 FEB 2235 TIME: 15:19 Earth Time (U.S.) (EST) ***VOICE TO TEXT*** Bring my Annie to the Officer’s Mess at exactly 1600 hours, or I promise you, the worst dreams you ever had will revisit you – a thousand times. ***TRANSMITTED*** TO: CaptainContinue reading “The Fall Of Demeter: Part Six”

Fall of Demeter: Part Five

TO: Captain William Dubois (wdubois.nau.mil@spaceforce.mil) FROM: Commander Paul Reynolds (Paulreynolds1.mil@spaceforce.mil) SUBJECT: Passenger Head Count DATE: 02 FEB 2235 TIME: 15:18 Earth Time (U.S.) (EST) ***VOICE TO TEXT*** Sir, You know I got your back. But I went ahead and placed explosives along the top of the passenger deck, just in case. I set the timersContinue reading “Fall of Demeter: Part Five”

The Fall of Demeter: Part 4

TO: Commander Paul Reynolds (Paulreynolds1.mil@spaceforce.mil) FROM: Captain William Dubois (wdubois.nau.mil@spaceforce.mil) SUBJECT: Passenger Head Count DATE: 02 FEB 2235 TIME: 15:06 Earth Time (U.S.) (EST) ***VOICE TO TEXT*** That’s a good copy, Commander. But did you say that you have Sergeant Angleton there with you? Like, right now? I just came from Sergeant Angleton’s quarters. There’sContinue reading “The Fall of Demeter: Part 4”