Category Archive: Flash Fiction

Cell Phone Trouble

This post is written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers.   According to the dashboard clock on his car it was 7:09 p.m. when he entered the motel parking lot. He had driven… Continue reading

Six Word Story — #3

The pain was quickly becoming unbearable.

Don’t Take The Train

I look behind and shout to my family “Hurry up and stay together.” Being forced to leave your home is not easy. The hardest part so far was sneaking under the wire fence.… Continue reading

It was you!

I was in the kitchen alone. I heard a sound in the front room. As I turned toward the sound I saw a shadow cross the floor. As I moved forward the shadow… Continue reading

Sisters–Shapeshifting 13 #10 Kickoff

The anomaly was very hard for him to understand in the beginning. His soon to be wife, Carole, had just introduced him to her sister, Carole.

Lawn Darts for Gods

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. My story follows the picture prompt. The Handly Cup Style finals of lawn darts was the Super Bowl of Godly sporting events. Both Zeus and his… Continue reading

Bruce and Will

This post is written for Mondays Finish The Story. This is a unique flash fiction challenge where we are provide with a new photo each week, and the first sentence of a story. Our… Continue reading

Ponzi Gone Bad

This post is written for Sunday Photo Fiction. The challenge is to write a piece of fiction using ~ 200 words with the picture as your source of inspiration. My story follows the picture… Continue reading

Fear of Tunnels

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. The challenge: write a complete story, using the picture prompt below, in one hundred words or less. My story follow the picture below. Cheers! Waking up in… Continue reading

The Big Blow

This post is written for Mondays Finish The Story Challenge.  This is a unique flash fiction challenge where we are provided with a new photo each week, and the first sentence of a… Continue reading

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