Archive for the ‘sci-fi’ Category

Part I here Adam sank back against the door and took in the sight of the humbled woman facing the corner. Her pants and panties bound her at the ankles and it had been a while since he had seen such a well-spanked bottom.  Alice’s exposed bare behind gloried in a heavy sheen of raw red […]


Part I here Adam Stone’s gaze missed nothing. Just then he leant on the second upright post supporting the porch and studied the bustle in the compound. Every now and then he sniffed the air as if to catch a scent of something. Maybe I should release the beast tonight and see what I can turn […]


Part I here Sitting in her usual corner of the diner Stacy was about to order another coffee when the door opened and she froze. “Shit,” she muttered to herself. Inside she felt sick, the man who had just entered had hit town for just one reason and she had a hunch it had been her […]


Part I here By the time Stacy spotted Alice coming into the diner the whole town was up and about. As she entered the lawyer scanned the room and saw Stacy in the corner and gave her a nod as she ambled over. “Coffee ma’am?” Nancy asked as she passed. Alice nodded, somewhat uncomfortable that she […]


Part I here The call of the moon and the change that came with it was a private thing for some. For that reason as the sun fell below the tree line the compound looked deserted. For once not even the gate was guarded. Bare-chested, Garrick stood on the rise above his home and regarded the […]


The Adventuress

03Dec15

The Jennings’s B Patent engine hummed like a maiden at work. Under the thin brass cover Bella Baxendale knew a thousand little stem valves were sliding up and down like seamstresses’ fingers to weave elaborate tapestries in the air; all using the power of steam. This was the more ladylike little sister of the big […]


“I want this one,” Maris said with a pout. “That one is not properly conditioned yet,” Dr Manchester said dismissively. Dr Manchester was her uncle of sorts, and one of the world’s foremost synthetic life engineers, although you would hardly know it from his clipped grey hair, or his smart business suit and clean-cut efficiency. […]


The Machine

10Nov15

This story is a sequel to The Curious Case of Amelia Craven It began with a humming noise like a slow metallic fly. Dr Marley was out of the workshop so instead of the usual disciplined attention to their work many of the apprentices moved away from their desks and started looking about. Even Amelia […]


Ready to fall into the void at any moment, the metallic teardrop hung in space against the vast wash of myriad coloured stars. Commander Cassandra Wraith was about to embark on the longest short voyage in human history and if it worked out it would herald in a new era of space exploration. She worked […]


Spank-o-gram

12Mar15

Jack Seagrove slunk back into the shadows and pulled the collar of his knee-length leather coat up around his neck in a forlorn hope of keeping off the rain. His dark shoulder-length hair hung in rats tails as it was and the second sneeze in as many minutes made him wonder if he wasn’t coming […]