Monthly Archives: March 2016

Perfection. Short Story.

Jacob closed over the catalogue, there was nothing in it that caught his eye this time around. Not that there was any real need to buy anything, everything he had gotten the last time was still going. He did have … Continue reading

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Newborn. Short Story.

Meredith pricked her finger, wincing at the pain, she carefully squeezed out three drops of blood. She had been doing this for three months now and it still hurt just as much as the first time. She had hoped that, … Continue reading

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The Doorway. Short Story.

The door was never opened. Shelly was living in the apartment for 3 months before she realised it. On the tour they had just gone right past it, at the time she made a mental note to check it out … Continue reading

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His Own Personal Afterlife. Flash Fiction.

Chris looked around, huh, so this is what being dead was like. Overall it wasn’t too bad, if a little boring. He didn’t need food or drink, it wasn’t until he was dead that he realised how much he used … Continue reading

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Broken Down. Short Story.

“Fuck.” Sally pulled her car into the side of the road, the engine had been making a weird rattling sound all week, but she thought it would be fine until she could get it to a mechanic. Of course this … Continue reading

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A Suicide Mission. Short Story.

“I will fight long and hard, it will be bloody, I know that, but if I don’t return, please, please tell Jane and Mary that I died peacefully. I don’t want them to know what I went through. I know … Continue reading

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Fresh Start. Short Story.

Sandra let the passing fields blur into one, they had distracted her at first, watching the buildings turn to trees turn to expanses of green, but now they were boring. Long stretches only broken up by the occasional cow or … Continue reading

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