LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, may I have your attention, please? You’ve been patient. You’ve been diligent. You’ve been loyal. Now, for demonstrating such tremendous qualities, such incredible attributes, such unbelievable resolve, you shall be rewarded! Friends, bloggers, Earthlings, lend me your ears! The time has come, yet again, for you to get your proper dose of excitement, adventure, and intrigue! People of the Net, without further delay, I present to you this week’s FRRRRRRRRRRIDAY FICTIOOOOOOOOOOOOONNNNNN!
…Sam, play it.
Tonight folks, we have a special treat for you. Yes, that’s right, TWO, count them, TWO stories from a golden era, the Era of Now, the Time of the Future. Indeed, these two are sure to be classics in days to come, so let’s get right into them.
First, we’ll open with the familiar, and yet unfamiliar. In Dylan Alexander, our Editor-in-Chief, we have seen many uplifting tales, some designed to inspires, others to enthrall, but this time things are different. This time, his goal is to do the unexpected via the unexpected in order to conjure the unexpected in the minds of readers. So here it is, a tale of the mind. Here is…
…”Jars”. CLICK HERE TO READ!
And now, to close, we have another familiar face, but this one has lurked in the shadows for some time, waiting for the perfect moment to strike back, out in the open again. And now, he returns. Ladies and gentlemen, I now proudly present the legendary creator of “Garbage Man”, “See You in the Morning” and “Wall Eyes”. Here he is, for your eyes only, Brandon Scott and his latest tale, of the mind, the soul, and the body…
…”An Antiquated Human Being”. CLICK HERE TO READ!
That’s it. Ah, that’s lovely.
All right, folks! That’s everything! GET OUT AND VOTE BECAUSE IT MATTERS! This is the Fictionmonger telling you to keep calm and MONGER ON!
See you next time here on Frrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrridaaaaaaaayyyyyyy Fictiooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!
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