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What Pegman Saw in Quinghain, Haibei


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On an alternate version of Earth, Pegman watched as four figures, two men and two women, fell through a wormhole in front of a lonely temple in the deserted city of Quinghain, Haibei. The young Chinese woman gasped in horror as she glanced about the eerily silent scene. None of the quartet spoke aloud, but they could hear one another’s thoughts.

“We have come to the Far East,” a tall, Middle Eastern man in cleric’s robes mused.

“What year is this?” wondered a fair-complexioned Caucasian man, also clad in cleric’s garb.

“It’s like this place is a reflection of the world,” the Japanese-Caucasian woman with piercing blue eyes noted. “The color seems to have been washed out of everything.”

“Where has everyone gone?” the Chinese woman demanded. “I must know what happened to the people!”

Before the others could stop her, the panicked woman hurried away into the abandoned city.

~Cie for Naughty Netherworld Press~







It has been an age since I did a Weekend Writing Warriors or Sunday Snippet. I want to get back in the swing of things. I am working on multiple projects including a collection of Pegman flashes, so I thought this flash would be a good place to get back in the game 

The characters in this Pegman flash are part of the Carnal Invasion series. I am currently working on a new Carnal Invasion epic called "A Fine Mess in Space and Time." I am projecting that it will take about five years to complete this project.

The characters featured in this flash are a group of vampire-werewolf hybrids who are having a bit of bad luck with wormholes.

I created the Weekend Writing Warriors and What Pegman Saw banners using stock images on Pixlr. Please feel free to use them if you'd like. No credit is necessary.

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