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Photo Story #49

He was late. It’d been five years, but they’d had a perfect plan. Her hands fumbled with the box left at her table. One by one she plucked them from their nest, standing each at attention, in a perfect design. Waiting.


Quickly Over High Heat - part III

This is the riveting conclusion to Chuck Wendig’s three-part flash fiction challenge:


In which three different writers completed a single story.

Part 1, by George Kaltsios: 553 more words

Flash Fiction

RoW80 - Feeling Good

Since my last check in, when I hadn’t accomplished a whole lot of tangible work, I’ve done a bit of writing.

1.  I didn’t count how many words I wrote, but I got a decent amount of writing done on my novel.   163 more words

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Sunday Picture Press: Desire


Dave Farmer continues the story of Jacob and Felicity in  Secrets.

My entry this week is Thief of Dreams which was inspired by a poem written by… 601 more words


Photo Story #48

Grandpa taught me so many lessons. But the one I remember most is that a grapefruit a day would keep the doctor away. Now Grandpa’s gone. 19 more words


*** Three for Me with Calamities ***

Drifter” my surreal flash-fiction story published by Calamities Press Literary Magazine

This story was written under the very unique guidelines of not using the familiar senses of sight and sound… 94 more words
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Yes Grandma...

“How many times do I have to tell you to brush your teeth before bed?”

Grandma was coming of age. Her jaw bones were beginning to sag, her hands shook fiercely all of the time and apparently she was losing her memory because she had just seen me leave the bathroom from brushing my teeth. 118 more words

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