Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Cabin. Short Story.

It wasn’t a house, it was a shack. Jake sat in the car, staring out at the dilapidated building. This wasn’t what he had expected at all. Did he have the right place even? He pulled out his phone and … Continue reading

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Double Life. Flash Fiction.

Sandra took a sip of her coffee, it was going to be a long, boring day. Everything had been running as expected and while she couldn’t complain about it, it certainly made things extremely dull. In the first few months … Continue reading

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The Last Human. Short Story.

Barry had sat in his apartment for two weeks, alternating between crying and praying. The water had started to turn a dark brown after the ninth day, he had enough bottled up and stored to last almost another week, the … Continue reading

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Breaking Curfew. Short Story.

“Remember, be in before dark.” “Yeah, yeah I know, you tell me that every time.” “It’s good to have a reminder.” Jason nodded and stepped outside, closing the door behind him. They’d been living here for years now and the … Continue reading

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End of It All. Short Story.

Tony breathed deeply, the air is so pure and fresh after the rain. Today is the day, the day it was all going to happen. He smiled, his lips stretching as wide as they would go, a hint of laughter … Continue reading

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Morning Glass of OJ. Short Story.

Orange juice at breakfast, it was a family tradition. Every morning, without fail everyone had a glass of it. If it wasn’t finished you couldn’t leave the table. Everyone drank it, even those who didn’t like orange juice, it was … Continue reading

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