Author: Cassie Gammie

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Future Faux Pas — Part II

Short Story David was sitting at home, in his apartment, reading the morning paper. He didn’t have work that day and was enjoying his time off. Later that afternoon he had plans to meet...

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Future Faux Pas

Short Story David exited his car and shut the door. He grabbed his briefcase, hit the lock button, and began to climb the stairs to his apartment. As he was nearing the top, his...

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Moving Out And Moving On

Short Story Claire taped the cardboard box shut and sighed. She stood up, wiping a bead of sweat from under her headband as she admired her handiwork. Her small studio apartment was completely empty,...

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Contact

Short Story Nash couldn’t believe his incredible luck; all he wanted to do was work for NASA, and maybe get the chance to visit space, but now he was living his dream. When one...

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Addiction Is A Common Emotion

Poem Becoming addicted to something really isn’t that hard. It happens everyday. People get addicted to cigarettes. It seems innocent, until it kills you from the inside. I am not addicted to cigarettes. People...

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Desert Whispers – Part One

Short Story Never in my life had I any desire to trek into the Arizona desert, especially during the summer. I also didn’t think I’d ever be searching for some kind of “prophet.” Nonetheless,...

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Daisy

Short Story Josh was driving home from work in the middle of a summer storm. The rain had been pouring down all day, meaning that some of the roads were flooded. Being in college,...

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Tears From A Clown

Short Story The man and his camera crew had been driving around for hours on the hunt for clowns. His news station decided to do a segment on all of the creepy sightings that had...

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Lemming Scavengers – Final

Serial Fiction   Jamie was shaken; had Rick really done this just because she said no to his prom proposal? “So wait, let me get this straight…you killed all of these people just to...

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Lemming Scavengers – Part Two

Serial Fiction After the initial shock had worn off, Jamie called the police and they took care of everything. The first thing they did was ask her exactly what had happened and she was...

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What We Really Are

Short Fiction Being blind isn’t easy. Sure, I have my cane so I don’t bump into walls, and I have a dog that tells me when it’s not safe to cross the road. That...

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Deja Vu

Short Fiction   Kevin had been in a coma for almost 20 years. The doctors told his family that he probably wouldn’t ever recover, but they decided to keep him on life support, just...

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Ice Cream Fling

Short Story   After briefly scanning the area of the Dairy Queen parking lot, Rachel pulled her car into the spot next to another car she assumed to be empty. Putting the car in...

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Ode to Grandfathers

Short Fiction   “What was grandpa like?” Katie, surprised, dropped her book and turned around to face her younger brother. “What?” “I’m pretty sure you heard me the first time,” replied Jackson. “I’m assuming you mean...

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Misjudged – Final

Serial Fiction   Dinner was surprisingly nice. Tommy was kind of nervous that Scarlett and his dad would start fighting again, but they were both pleasant to each other. Jason borrowed Arnold’s guitar and played...