Category: Flash Fiction

  • #ThursThreads – Week 275 #Flashfiction #WIP Snippet

    #ThursThreads – Week 275 #Flashfiction #WIP Snippet

    This is a snippet from my current work in progress, which works great for a Thursday Threads entry. (The title was The House of Scarlet Lane, for a minute Blind Sorrow, Blind Fear, then Demon of Ashcroft, changed again to The Ashcroft Chronicles, and now I’m toying with The Women of Ashcroft or maybe The Witch of Ashcroft. It’ll know it’s name […]

  • #ThursThreads Week 256 – Why don’t you answer?

    #ThursThreads Week 256 – Why don’t you answer?

    The hissing voices around her were maddening, demanding she pay attention to them as they stood at the edge of the salt circle. Jimin concentrated, listening for the one voice she wanted to hear, her father’s. Her earliest memories always included seeing people no one else saw, telling her things, expecting her to help them, […]

  • That Makes Two of Us – #ThursThreads Week 245

    That Makes Two of Us – #ThursThreads Week 245

    Vermillion clouds blazed in the morning sky as shades of purple nuanced to the west toward the glowing moon. The air stung their cheeks as they trudged through the brush. Neither spoke, but the chill wasn’t responsible for freezing words in their throats; anything said would sound trite or obtuse, igniting the war between them […]

  • #Zombie Apocalypse Flash Fiction Contest 2014

    #Zombie Apocalypse Flash Fiction Contest 2014

      Marshall sat up, unaware of his surroundings. He stood and stumbled to the window, pulling the blinds open to see the intersection of 52nd and Broadway littered with abandoned cars.   “How the hell did I get here?” he said.   “The same way everyone else did,” the older woman said from behind him. […]

  • #ThursThreads – The Challenge That Ties Tales Together – Week 121

    #ThursThreads – The Challenge That Ties Tales Together – Week 121

    She could not quell the feeling of being watched and opened her eyes. Despite her efforts to be of the shadows, someone always seemed to pierce the veil of her privacy. They never realized the consequences of their actions until it was too late. The intruder stared into her eyes without seeing her—he only saw […]

  • #ThursThreads – The Challenge That Ties Tales Together – Week 114

    #ThursThreads – The Challenge That Ties Tales Together – Week 114

      The loose handcuffs teased him with freedom. Cole contorted his hand and slipped it through the metal loop, leaving it dangle from his other wrist. Blood trickled from a scrape—he watched it for a moment before standing. His new goal was clear; go get the man that locked him up.   Cole scrambled to […]

  • #ThursThreads – The Challenge That Ties Tales Together – Week 112

    #ThursThreads – The Challenge That Ties Tales Together – Week 112

      Each woke to a new day and started their routines.  At first, none noticed that the world they knew when they fell asleep the night before had changed. The feelings each experienced were similar when they discovered the people they knew and loved were no longer there—when they discovered the great responsibility bestowed on […]

  • #ThursThreads – The Challenge That Ties Tales Together – Week 111

    #ThursThreads – The Challenge That Ties Tales Together – Week 111

      Finally, he had made it to the Shaver Hotel—his corner room looked at the street and a small park. He let his cat out of her carrier and she sat on his lap while they waited for nightfall. Once sunset came, he pulled open the drapes allowing soft light to illuminate the room. His […]