Monthly Archives: November 2012

RECEPTOR – Chapter 5.

CHAPTER 5. He found himself hiking through Earthquake Park, down by the bay outside Anchorage. Left in its peculiar twisted shape since the 1964 earthquake, it had a strange otherworldly landscape. Moss was stacked six feet deep. He jumped up … Continue reading

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RECEPTOR – Chapter 4.

CHAPTER 4. Receptor had taken charge and wasn’t going to give the reins back. That was okay with Chet. He just wished it wasn’t all so strange. Everything was unfocused and, although it was cold in the car with the … Continue reading

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RECEPTOR – Chapter 3.

CHAPTER 3. If you are like me, you are probably getting irritated because there is virtually no dialog in this story. There are reasons for that. First of all, Chet, while he was a fine fellow, he wasn’t erudite, and … Continue reading

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Chapter 2. RECEPTOR

CHAPTER 2. Two months later, Chet had a car of his own. It wasn’t much of a car, but it got him off base and out to see his new friends at the house in Medicine Park. A two-foot by … Continue reading

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