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This year may not have gone the way I had hoped but I still had a blast. Besides, every year can’t be like last year’s event. I wrote three solid flash fiction stories and several smaller micro-fiction pieces. One story, … Continue reading
Bedridden. Light on, lights off. Spider on a perilous journey. Counting cracks and finding patterns. Helpless. Alone. Afraid when they come.
Most children avoided the hole. It was dark and smelled rancid. But some kids were too curious for their own good, much to his delight.
The shadow consumed the town like a disease. No one was spared, a perfect distraction from the path ahead. The more the better, she thought.
“You should have that looked at,” he said. I didn’t have the heart to tell him it’s too late. No matter. The gun to my head told me he knew. I love twitter fiction!
Dead snakes littered the ground outside the aging farm house. Their twisted bodies still twitched with the last breath of life. Death always preceded their arrival. “Step away from the window, Tara. There isn’t much time left.” His words trailed … Continue reading
Mother’s don’t sleep. Their minds are in sleep mode, but it takes only a small shift in the air, a whisper or a whimper for them to be on their feet. Tonight it was the creak of the door. I … Continue reading
Micro-fiction as I understand it can be no more than 100 words long. This piece is 61 words. My thanks go to @cidwrites for today’s prompt. The Cure They said it couldn’t be done. They didn’t know jack. Not only … Continue reading