Tag: Flash Fiction

Family Is Everything – A Flash Fiction Story

“Tell me the story again, papa.” Chloe pointed to the trinkets that he kept on the shelf behind the cash register. “The one about the earring.” They were seated in his tobacco shop and the last customer had left. The bell still rang every…

The Typewriter Lied – A Flash Fiction Story

The roar of the water was deafening. Annie tried to imagine what it must have been like, having this living mass of water nearby as your life came to an end. The only thing was that Annie found that the images didn’t come to…

The Raven’s Lament – Flash Fiction

Oliver hated waiting. He was a creature of the instantaneous. He wanted gratification now, for it was his to take and he had taken so much of it over the years. Oliver tapped his fingers impatiently on the table and tried to calm himself….

Doorways and Stardust – A Flash Fiction Story

Here’s my entry to round one of the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge. I had so much fun writing this! It features Susan Flynn. Enjoy! * Susan had never seen the store before. She was positive it hadn’t been there yesterday. It had a…

Penny’s Book – Side Tales 4

The problem was, he didn’t know where he came from. He was half of two nationalities on his mothers side and like, twelve on his fathers side. I mean, he knew people that had grown up in Blackwood Hills their entire lives. Quite a…

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