Flash Fiction – Appreciating Nature

Appreciating NatureJeff went for a hike in the mountains at the break of dawn. He felt like it was the best time of day to truly appreciate nature. As he stopped to take in the view over the cliff, the ground gave way and Jeff only had seconds to hold onto a branch of a... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction – Zombie Apocalypse

Zombie Apocalypse Marcus had spent his whole adult life prepping his house with all kinds of weapons and rations in case of a zombie attack. One night, while watching the news, he heard something outside his house. Marcus got his shot gun and opened the door to see a zombie with green skin and ragged... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction – Makeover

January 14, 2020, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about dressing up. It can be a child or another character. Be playful or go where the prompt leads! Makeover Dorothy gave her sister a cup of hot tea that afternoon. Rose sipped the tea and complained about the weather. Suddenly,... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction – Hitchhiker

When I saw her, she was standing alone on the side of the road in the dark. When I pulled over, she got in without saying anything. She hung her head low covering her face with her long brown hair.  "Where are you going?" I asked turning back onto the road. I noticed she had... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction – Dinner Party

Thud Thud Anxiety builds. Sweat drips down his face as Michael tries to act natural as he eats. Jazz music plays sweetly throughout the room. Nancy keeps looking at Michael as if he is nervous to be meeting her parents for the first time. Thud Thud Nancy's father tries to make small talk and use... Continue Reading →

Short Story – The Ravine

The Ravine By Heather Gonzalez   The sun peeked through the windows and kissed my cheek to wake me up. Those are always my favorite kind of mornings. After such gloomy, cloudy days, I was ready to feel the sun against my skin again.    The house was quiet which unusual for the weekend, but... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction: Knock Out

Friday Fictioneers - February 27, 2018 - Photo by J Hardy Carroll "Tommy sent me," I said without a smile as I stared into his eyes. "Alright, son. Knock yourself out." He threw a pair of gloves at me with a look that said he had no faith in me. I put them on slowly,... Continue Reading →

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