Monthly Archives: July 2015

Save Them All. Flash Fiction.

He stared out the window, at the countless buildings, so many people in each one, so many people on the streets going about their day. He could save them all from the agony, the pain, but did he dare? It … Continue reading

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City of the Pure. Short Story.

The babies were never awake when they were brought to him. They were always so quiet and so tiny, their eyes closed, their small bodies wrapped warmly. He had never really questioned that. Why wouldn’t babies be asleep? They needed … Continue reading

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Shelter. Short Story.

In one of the corners a baby was crying, above the din of the shrieks he could hear the creak and moan of the ceiling over head. The mother was trying to shush the baby unsuccessfully, James balled his hands … Continue reading

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An Adventure. Short Story.

“You know tonight is the night, right?” “Dude shut up.” “What do you mean it’s the night?” “every year, on this day, someone dies.” Drew laughed, “Dude, do you know how many people there are in the city? Someone dies … Continue reading

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Running. Short Story.

Allie shivered, she didn’t have time to grab her jacket when she ran. All she had on was a pair of light jeans and a t-shirt, luckily she’d been wearing sandals when it happened. She would go back, of course … Continue reading

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A Trip. Short Story

“It’s called x-ray.” “That sounds really stupid.” “Ok, well, it kind of does, but he said that it was called that cos it lets you see through all the bullshit. See what the world is really like.” “So it’s like … Continue reading

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The Secret. Short Story.

Sandra sat in the booth in the corner, toying with her drink. A vodka and coke, it was her second. She had arrived early, only by twenty minutes, but she wanted some time here to sit and think, to prepare … Continue reading

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