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Wendy Nikel

Indispensable

Published Aug 13, 2020 · 1,007 words (4 minutes) · 187 views

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An office worker has to decide whether to allow her company to create an AI version of her to replace her.

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Wendy Nikel

The Mature Starlet's Guide to Making a Comeback

Published Dec 3, 2019 · 982 words (4 minutes) · 357 views

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When it comes to getting a second chance at life, Eleanor Ridgeway doesn’t fight fair.

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Wendy Nikel

#blessed

Published Nov 10, 2019 · 811 words (3 minutes) · 350 views

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A new mom gets caught up in the world of social media.

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Jen Knox

Freight

Published Oct 28, 2018 · 4,487 words (17 minutes) · 569 views

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Molly's brother is taking a video game too far. It's up to her to stop him before he loses everything.

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Tim McDaniel

Blinking Noon and Midnight

Published Jul 15, 2018 · 2,120 words (8 minutes) · 606 views

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Len has a new smart house, and he decides to increase the temperature. How hard could that be?

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Wendy Nikel

Let Me Sleep When I Die

Published Sep 19, 2017 · 886 words (4 minutes) · 993 views

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When new technology enables humanity to live forever, an elderly war veteran makes a case for a more natural death.

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https://unsplash.com/@ic03r was inspired by some blacklight photographs he found on pinterest. We suggested that we could use the colors as sparcles to create a stunning galaxy feel. That is the outcome. We plan to do another series following real star signs on face and body.