Monthly Archives: February 2016

Just A Glimpse. Short Story.

“Becky? This is about Becky?” “Yeah.” “Jesus dude.” Dan rubbed his hand over his face, “If you’d told me that I wouldn’t have come.” “I know. That’s why I didn’t tell you.” “this is crazy, you know that. Turn the … Continue reading

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Sweet Escape. Flash Fiction.

Declan looked at the knife. There was only one way that this would ever end. He knew that, he had know it for months. The blade glinted in the light of his lamp. He picked it up and ran one … Continue reading

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Childhood Memories. Short Story.

I’ve been meaning to do one one of these things at the start of a short story for a while but I keep forgetting. Mostly because I don’t have a load of interesting things to talk about. Perhaps I should … Continue reading

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Gate Between Worlds. Short Story.

“And this is the Gate Between Worlds. Legends say that this was a portal that connected the human realm and the realm of the fairies. It was broken by a young man who sought to free humans from the oppressive … Continue reading

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Dark Deal. Flash Fiction.

Jenny tried to breathe shallowly, the air was thick with the smell of blood. Around her were piles of meat and chunks of viscera, she walked along the thin path, looking straight ahead. The floor wasn’t as slippy as she … Continue reading

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Daily Visitor. Short story.

Don walked in a calm steady pace. Occasionally he would stop to look into a store window, admiring the display, or lingering over a book cover. Before he started to move on he glanced back, then he started walking again. … Continue reading

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Last of its Kind. Short Story.

Danny lifted the curtain back and peered outside, he didn’t see anyone, but that didn’t mean they weren’t there. He let the curtain fall back into place and took a step away from the window, just in case they started … Continue reading

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