Timothy Trimble

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The Pendant - (If you could stop time, would you?)

 

Kristi was intrigued by the design of the necklace and the dangling pendant. It looked old - like something out of the historical romance novels she liked to read. "What can you tell me about this?" She pointed at it and tapped on the thick glass of the ...

 

 

Squirrels With Guns - (A little more intelligence can be deadly!)

 

The man reached into the trunk of his car, grabbing the last bag of groceries. He stepped back with the bag in one hand and started to close the trunk lid when he felt a nudge on the back of his leg, just below the knee. He turned, expecting to see... 

 

 

Invis - (Blessed with a disease.)

 

The forest was especially active today. Wyce could feel the flow of the life forces through the trees, ferns, and animal life. If he closed his eyes and focused he could pinpoint insects within a short radius. He breathed deeply and took in the rich smell... 

 

 

Touched - (What if you had the power to save the abused?)

 

I watched from the corner booth table as he hit her across the face. It made me cringe. It always does. I used to turn away and ignore it, but watching helped me build up the anger, which also helps with my touch. ... 

 

 

The Wings of Leonardo - (If Leonardo da Vinci could have seen the future.)

 

Francesco stood on the very edge of the cliff, his arms spread wide, and his eyes open as wide as the distant sun above the horizon. The winds from the ocean washed over him with a constant intensity... 

 

 

Jezi's Dilemma - (A missed stasis connection can ruin your whole decade!)

 

“What do you mean I’m not on Alcore? I spent twelve hundred creds to get to Alcore and now you’re telling me I’m on some planet called Tristola?” Jezi tried to be loud enough to make a small scene, but she didn’t want to be so loud enough for the Port Authorities to come and investigate. 

 

 

When OMNI Magazine was in print, I divoured every issue when it came out. I dreamed of being able to get my stories into that highly polished and established magazine. I was pretty wet behind the ears as a writer and my multiple attempts resulted in multiple rejection letters. When the magazine went out of print, my hopes were shattered. (Sigh.)

 

Recently, I discovered that OMNI had returned on-line as OMNI Media. Needless to say, I had to try again, and thankfully, I was successful. I'm happy to say that OMNI Media is currently the exclusive host for my short stories, which can be freely read from their site. I don't charge anything for these stories. One of these days I'll get around to compiling them into a print & ebook of my short stories. Till then, I'm proud to be associated with the folks at Vocal.media & Jerrick Ventures LLC, who are now the owners of OMNI. You can go to their site and search for my stories or you can click on the links below. Enjoy, and please feel free to let me know what you think. 

Timothy's Short Stories

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