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A reporter from British Columbia, Matthew Claxton has firm opinions on dinosaurs, faster-than-light travel, and the Oxford comma.

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All the Turns of the Earth

Published Sep 2, 2020 · 2,434 words (9 minutes) · 174 views

Fantasy Science Fiction prehistoric Love Pterosaurs second person POV time travel Magical Realism Dinosaurs!

Time loses its grasp on people, misplaces them…

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Even though it was cloudy,  I decided to give it a try.  Launch was delayed a bit due to lightning in the area.  The picture was taken a my campsite at River Ranch Fl.  Figured a long exposure to add some star trails.

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The Names of the Sky

Published Dec 9, 2018 · 4,331 words (16 minutes) · 1 like · 475 views

Fantasy Historical

Zoya joined the military to fly. Her love of the sky creates a curious bond when she is lost and trapped behind enemy lines.

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Trees against purple night sky

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The River's Daughter and the Gunslinger God

Published Dec 9, 2018 · 6,186 words (23 minutes) · 1 like · 582 views

Fantasy Love Strange

Gods and monsters, love and gold dust, six guns and magic.

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Found this little waterfall near Algonquin park.  The river shore was lined with leaves changing colours and a couple of cool little waterfalls like this one.

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The Anatomist's Apprentice

Published Dec 24, 2017 · 12,647 words (46 minutes) · 1 like · 785 views

Fantasy Science Fiction Love Strange

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The Remora

Published Dec 16, 2017 · 5,018 words (19 minutes) · 5 likes · 1105 views

Humor Mystery Satire Science Fiction

In kaleidoscopic science fiction satire “The Remora,” insurance loss-prevention agent Fitz dodges the clutches of hacked InvestiBears™ and bank-robbing androids, all while tolerating the peanut-gallery musings of a comm-link voyeur. Author Matthew Claxton hails from British Columbia, and holds firm opinions on dinosaurs, faster-than-light travel, and the Oxford comma.

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Patience Lake

Published Dec 16, 2017 · 8,626 words (32 minutes) · 4 likes · 1204 views

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