Monthly Archives: July 2017

No Short Story Today .

Hey guys, Really sorry,  there was a sudden family situation (everyone is fine!) that was unexpected and I didn’t get a chance to write anything due to a combination of running around and just completely blanking on today being Wednesday. … Continue reading

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In the Silence. Flash Fiction.

Beth could feel the bead of sweat rolling down her face, she brushed it away and took a sip of her water. She was sitting on a deck chair in the back garden, the sun shining down on her. It … Continue reading

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On the Prowl. Short Story.

“So, how many have you killed?” “Honestly? I’ve lost count. After a while they all just started blending together for me. You?” “ninety eight, I’m hoping to get to one hundred this weekend.” “I’m sure you will.” Bob took a … Continue reading

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Punishment. Short Story.

Kelly had her hands wrapped around her tea mug, the woman across from her hadn’t touched her own cup. They sat in the small kitchen, light streaming through the window above the sink, outside birds chirped over the gentle rumble … Continue reading

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Crawling from the Earth. Flash Fiction.

There was a gentle rumble along the ground, a crack appeared in the dry soil, slowly it expanded until it was almost three feet across. The rumbling died down and everything was still, a long, impossibly thin hand reached from … Continue reading

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Teaching a Lesson. Short Story.

He stood over her, looking down at her naked body, a sight he had longed to see for years, now it just filled him with disgust. Her smooth, unblemished skin seemed to taunt him, he ran the blade of the … Continue reading

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Business as Usual. Short Story.

Jack looked down at the people below, there were so many of them all going about their daily lives. He turned from the window, the usual office space had been changed, the desks had all been pushed against the walls … Continue reading

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