Lost Cat

Posted by on May 16, 2020 in Bogi's Short Stories

Lost Cat

It’s cold outside and getting darker but before Lilly can return home, she’s set on finding something lost – a black cat. This short story was published and you can read in the April 2020 issue of Adelaide Literary...

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Swipe me off my feet

Posted by on Feb 12, 2020 in Bogi's Short Stories

Swipe me off my feet

When Dave, following his high school friends’ advice, installs the latest dating app, he has no idea how lucky he could get. Are things too good to be true? (They probably are since I wrote that last sentence.)...

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Detective Spencer

Posted by on Aug 27, 2019 in Bogi's Short Stories

Detective Spencer

When someone’s missing a sense, their remaining senses overdevelop to compensate for the lack. But what if someone was born blind, deaf, with no limbs and no sense of smell? And what if that person was the exceptionally talented detective Spencer who has to crack the most challenging case in his career against all odds? Check out the latest of Bogi’s short stories. Download...

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No-brainer

Posted by on Aug 27, 2019 in Bogi's Short Stories

No-brainer

The last remnants of an alien civilization are desperate to find an earthling brain to occupy in order to survive in 1930s Nebraska. Unfortunately for them, they find Barry – an unlucky prisoner on his way to the electric chair. This story was published in the 9th edition of Alternate History Fiction Magazine....

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