Monthly Archives: September 2015

An Accident. Short Story.

Jacob looked at the body, trying to figure out what to do. He couldn’t tell anyone, of course he couldn’t. It was an accident but no one would believe that. He’d just be so angry, so goddamned angry. It was … Continue reading

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The Gauntlet. Short Story.

Donnie walked quickly, head held high and staring straight ahead. He didn’t want to see them, or look at them. If one of them saw him looking he’d be hassled for the rest of the trip. Not just by whomever … Continue reading

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The Dead. Short Story.

They’re all dead. Every last one of them and he couldn’t understand why they didn’t see it. They were walking and talking and acting nothing was wrong at all. Like they couldn’t see the chunks of flesh falling from their … Continue reading

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Missing. Short Story.

Jenny stood outside the building, she took one step forward, then stopped. She turned and started back to her car. She made it half way across the parking lot before she managed to stop herself. Jenny took three deep breaths, … Continue reading

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Fields of White. Flash Fiction.

Annie stood on the hill, looking out at the carpet of flowers. The entire field was covered in pure white, shining in the sun. It was spectacular and each year it just seemed to get better. It had been the … Continue reading

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Eternal Flame. Short Story.

“So you’re telling me it has never gone out? Not even once?” “That is correct.” “I don’t believe it. No one snuck out for a smoke break and let it burn just a little too low?” “No. That has never … Continue reading

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