“Technically” Sentient: Chapter 20

This entry is part 20 of 22 in the series "Technically" Sentient

Amonna had been amazed by the size of Waystation LS-49 when she first arrived. With a nearly 60 meter high ceiling, the bulk transport she had arrived in almost seemed small in the cavernous space. As she looked out over “Auxiliary Hanger 2,” that sense of starry eyed wonder she had felt as a younger, […]

They are Smol: The Invasion of Earth – Chapter 14

This entry is part 14 of 15 in the series They are Smol: Invasion of Earth

When the history books were written – or tablets transcribed, given how technology advanced so quickly – everyone universally agreed on a single point: It sucked to be a government leader during The Great Clusterfuck.If you accepted the necessary invader-aid to rebuild your society, your society didn’t trust you. If you didn’t accept the aid, […]

“Technically” Sentient: Chapter 19

This entry is part 19 of 22 in the series "Technically" Sentient

Amonna was still alone, standing in the cavernous VR chamber. She scanned the walls, examining each of the hundreds, maybe thousands of tiny hard light emitters. It was certainly more complex than anything she’d ever seen on the Waystation. As fascinating as it was, she only had a few minutes to get to the bridge, […]

They are Smol: The Invasion of Earth – Chapter 13

This entry is part 13 of 15 in the series They are Smol: Invasion of Earth

Springdale, Arkansas, USA. +5 DAYS AFTER CONTACT. -+-+- The sound of boots on broken glass broke the silence, and Carl gripped his shotgun a little tighter as he swept the Target for looters. He wasn’t expecting any, but he heard through the radio that if your area was still without power, you should “shelter in […]

“Technically” Sentient: Chapter 18

This entry is part 18 of 22 in the series "Technically" Sentient

Ceuzmec. Verdock looked at the slowly spinning, holographic representation of the Core World. His nictitating membranes flickered over his eyes, and he felt a slight sense of amusement. He was fairly certain he didn’t need them, but it was almost . . . fun, in a way, to stare at something and be able to […]