The Query

The Query : Thomas Pryce ©2018 Thomas Pryce All rights reserved. ASIN: B07FJVQP1B This novelette is a work of fiction. Any names, places, characters, businesses, organizations, events and/or incidents portrayed within are a product of the author’s imagination, and as such, fictitious. Any resemblance to people, living or dead, or actual events is entirely coincidental. Use…

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Unfathomable (a novel)

 Chapter 1 “Eat the fish…eat the fish…eat the fish!” Jake Chee eyed the fish and winced, felt immediately queasy. Nearly two-feet long the thrashing fish had no chance of jerking free from the cabled arms that clutched it, shoving it closer in time with the ever-escalating goading chorus. “Eat the fish…eat the fish…eat the fish!”…

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Abductee #23

  Abductee #23 (a short story) Klardt had trouble wrapping his mind around the test results he’d just seen on abductee #23. Which was something he usually managed with ease, since he had sixteen of them. One brain was his, of course, a massive multi-lobed hunk of gray matter that even without augmentation made him one…

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The Query (a novelette)

  The Query   #RulesOfSubmission “Unbelievable,” Andrea muttered as she used the neurocursor to hastily slide the file to the recycle bin. Query day. She sighed, shaking her head. First one she’d clicked on, a typo, a there/their usage error and—one of the imprecisions she found particularly abrading—a writer referring to their MS as a…

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Abductee #23

                            Abductee # 23  (a short story) Klardt had trouble wrapping his mind around the test results he’d just seen on abductee #23. Which was something he usually managed quite easily, since he had sixteen of them. One brain was his, of course,…

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Abductee #23 (the open)

A short story Klardt had trouble wrapping his mind around the test results he’d just seen on abductee #23. Which was something he usually managed quite easily, since he had sixteen of them. One brain was his, of course, a massive multi-lobed hunk of gray matter that even without augmentation made him one of the…

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The Query

#RulesOfSubmission (part 1 of 4)   “Unbelievable,” Andrea muttered as she used the NeuroCursor to hastily slide the file to the recycle bin. Query day, she sighed, shaking her head. First one she’d clicked on; a typo, a there/their usage error and—one of the imprecisions she found particularly abrading—a writer referring to their MS as a…

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