From the Publisher
Miscreations are things that should not exist, but do. An event happens that transforms an entity into something so amazingly good or so horribly evil that you can't help but be fascinated by its existence.
Scribings, Vol 4: Miscreations contains twelve stories from the Greater Portland Scribists that explore these oddities. Errors in evolution. Discoveries in supposedly clean rooms. Extreme memory loss. Appliances that are a little too smart. Mythical beasts reborn. And one joke that went way too far.
Scribings, Vol 4: Miscreations contains the following stories:
Room Two by Steven Inman
If all the world's a stage, is the next act about to start?
My Toaster Hates Me by Jamie Alan Belanger
They're just a bunch of smart assets.
Behind The Cloth by Richard Veysey
Sometimes, hate is just a tool.
Non-Working Memory by D.L. Harvey
Birthdays, a timeless tradition, can bring up all kinds of issues.
Breed by Timothy Lynch
He's fighting for tradition; she's fighting for survival.
Qi'lin by Shelli-Jo Pelletier
Legends don't die... They're born.
X-Ray Glasses by Steven Inman
What you see might just re-make you.
Naked Monsters by D.L. Harvey
Family and identity gain definition by blood, bonds, and broken souls.
The Hunt by Timothy Lynch
The future is unreal.
The Howling of the Storm by Shelli-Jo Pelletier
Winter storm warning: a change is on the wind.
The Joke by Richard Veysey
Morality is no laughing matter.
Dappil Goes To Hell by Jamie Alan Belanger
...and Hell is eager to send him back!