D. Horn, Artist, Poet and Savant, uses the medium of self-publishing to heuristically test the boundaries of the semiotically acceptable and marketable. Originally from Fucking (ACTUAL PLACE IN AUSTRIA, not a Swear Word in this fucking context), Lower Austria.
The work "Smash the Words 2013" consists of three distinctive short stories and a novelette (medium variable & entirely up to the recipient). It is a work in progress, and the final tally & interpretation can realistically only be made after there is no semblance of human culture left in the universe, so that's up to others then. In the meantime, send some credits or BTC or just kudos or love my way, every bit counts. FNORD
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The Red Shoe
Mary and Lisa, two little girls on the beach, find the most magical thing: a tiny red shoe. Lisa, the younger, believes the faeries left it. Mary knows better, though - there are no faeries. Only the demons are real. Read a tale based on a true occurrence, less enchanted that it might seem.
(5.00 from 1 review)
James is confronted by his parents about his addiction. The small hover-cam indicates their heart-felt attempt to get their son clean is being recorded. James wagers it might be a live broadcast and begins to speak his mind, promoting his addiction across the airwaves. But what is James addicted to? Are the other people addicts as well?
A fast-paced pulp sci-fi novelette. An occasionally bloody roller-coaster ride through a very fictional version of the United States. Are there extraterrestrial beings infiltrating society? Or is the protagonist just plain nuts?
The truth is out there, and John Jackson, Private Detective, has his work cut out for him. He just hopes his work won't cut him apart and eat him.
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
A bored sysadmin at a government facility picks up a stray cat. Little does he know what fate has in store for him as he reaches down to pet the mewing ball of fur.
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