“The Great Simplifying Assumptions – II” / Memorable Fancies #1340

.. Intention is what happens. .. There are no accidents. .. No one respects a victim. .. Appearance is reality. .. If someone says “never mind,” serious minding is called for. <END> The writer, reading at One More Page Books, Arlington, Virginia: … [Read more...]

“The Great Simplifying Assumptions – I” / Memorable Fancies #1330

.. If something is “out of the question,” that is precisely the question. .. If something is “unthinkable,” it’s been thought of, probably quite often. .. If you hear someone say “no one is saying that...,” someone is saying that. .. “Yes” means Maybe; “Maybe” means No; “No” means Never. <END> Buy it at amazon.com/author/terencekuch: Fragments of the Future, 18 dark and unexpected sci-fi stories originally from StoneThread Publishing, now in a new second edition. … [Read more...]

“The Great Simplifying Assumptions – II / Memorable Fancies #684

No one respects a victim. Revenge is the only pure motive. Searching for reasons is a distraction from the goal. If someone says “never mind,” serious minding is called for. <END> THE MONDAY PITCH If you liked this post, please tell your friends and share a comment here or in StumbleUpon, Reddit, Facebook, or other social websites. AVAILABLE NOW on Amazon and other outlets: “Fragments of the Future” – speculative / science fiction by Terence Kuch, an e-book published by … [Read more...]