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Story #1 is finished! I wrote 552 words for my flash fiction story, The Messenger. I love this story; which means I’m not going to post it. Sorry, folks! I will post a teaser from the opening though: Never trust … Continue reading
“She survived the unbeatable and traveled the world. Then he stole her heart and drowned her soul. With nothing left and her heart turned cold, she sunk into darkness, never to be heard from again. Or so they say.” “What … Continue reading
When her eyes dimmed she painted new worlds in her mind. A place she could be free. But her sanctuary was short lived. Her imagination lost.
There are four windows in the small room known as the hole, though only three are visible. One is kept hidden behind a tall black bookshelf. Hidden, because it is not a window but a door. Amy knows this better … Continue reading
Yesterday, the sky had been clear. Today, sirens blared. In my hands our only hope sleeps. I will wake the light. I will end the darkness. Twitter fiction leaves so much to the reader’s imagination. It’s one reason I’m attracted … Continue reading