Monthly Archives: November 2016

Day In, Day Out. Short Story.

Jason looked around the dull living room, empty cans of soft drink littered the table tops alongside glasses. An overflowing ashtray was perched precariously at the edge of the table, on the floor underneath were a few scattered cigarette butts … Continue reading

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Storage Facility 12-B. Short Story.

“And remember, don’t look in the mirrors.” “If we’re not supposed to look in them, why do we have them?” Tony looked at James, as though he was about to explain something extremely complicated to someone extremely slow. “They’re used … Continue reading

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The Necklace. Flash Fiction.

“It’s an old family heirloom.” “It’s beautiful, but I can’t accept this, it’s too much.” “No, it isn’t. We’re getting married soon and then you’ll be a part of my family. Besides, my grandmother told me to give this to … Continue reading

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Too Far. Flash Fiction.

Cecelia muttered under her breath as she wrote in her journal, with a shout of rage she picked it up and flung it across the room. The book hit the wall and landed on the floor with a thud. How … Continue reading

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Prolonging the Inevitable. Flash Fiction.

Derek took a deep breath, feeling the energy infusing with his body. He released the breath with a sigh and looked at his hands, already he could see the skin tightening, the wrinkles smoothing over, the age spots fading. He … Continue reading

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Pain. Flash Fiction.

Jackie winced as a small cramp gripped her mid-section. She took a deep breath and released it slowly. She had been warned of these kind of side effects, though the last cramp was pretty mild compared to the others she … Continue reading

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After. Short Story.

“You know what the saddest part of it all is?” “No, what?” “No one will remember them. Not really. People will talk about the jumper, about how it effected their day, maybe even their life, but no one will actually … Continue reading

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