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One Old Book - Friday Fictioneers

Today I am taking part in Rochelle Wisoff-Fields flash fiction challenge: Friday Fictioneers! This challenge asks that you write a story to go with the photo provided, using 100 words or less, and that the story has a beginning, middle and end… 148 more words

Photography

Day 28: Perfect Pain

It went on for hours. First the pain was mildly uncomfortable then it became intolerable.

“Make it stop!” I screamed. I wanted to give up, but they promised it would be over soon. 32 more words

NaBloPoMo

Terrible Beauty of Love

There is a terrible beauty to realizing you’re in love with someone. When the moment hits you, when you look at a person and think, “Dear God, I love this being,” you must sit and ask yourself, “but why?”. 214 more words

Short Story

Over At The Carrot Farm - #flashfiction

I have found yet another place to flash – although I am not entirely sure that I have the hang of this weeks prompt.  But hey I try. 136 more words

Rosalind Nazilli

Tweetable Fiction

You’re a flight, two trains and a bus away. #vss

— Luke Żammit (@AlphaWings) November 27, 2014

Flash Fiction

Harry's Thanksgiving: An Ovation of Love

In this excerpt from my first novel, Happily after Ever, Harry is remembering a Thanksgiving from his youth.

He used to play with the younger brother, Tommy, and he spent countless hours spying on and speculating the mysteries of teen-age sister Patricia, but Harry was in love with Mandy Eastman. 1,914 more words

Short Stories

Lost Years

The dark brown skin on the back of her hand lightened on the palm, over deep lines of age. Her fingers trembled, and this barely perceptible movement was humiliating, though she didn’t know why. 101 more words

Short Story