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The Short Fiction Writers Guild

I am pleased to announce that I am now a member of The Short Fiction Writers Guild (http://shortfictionwritersguild.wordpress.com/). The role of The Short Fiction Writers Guild, as set out in it’s Mission Statement is, 170 more words

My Diary

I got up before June had slammed our giant’s face door and absentmindedly counted how many new limbs had emerged from the wet ground in the wine glass garden. 124 more words

Story

Taklamakan

The battle was over. Aisha crawled out of the wreckage, her ribs stinging, and leaned against the wall. There were no clouds in the sky. It was cold. 626 more words

Fiction

night bird

A Chuck Wending – THE RANDOMIZED TITLE REARS ITS HEAD – prompt

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Trapped in our nightmares, we let them lead our salvation.

Oh god, there it is. 716 more words

Writing

Responsible - A Flash Fiction

It should have been me, laying there, the delicate tea-cup broken, as it fell out of my hand, before I hid the ground.
Not her, not the person filled with the most innocence I have ever witnessed, not the only one whom never would speak a word of ill, or hold a harsh thought in her heart. 56 more words

The Littlest Things

Here’s my latest contribution to Flash!Friday based on the photo prompt.

Rebekah, wanting nothing more than to hide, ostriched her face into his father’s chest and he, setting his wine glass on the deck’s railing, overlooked what the wedding planner described simply as “paradise.” 138 more words

Everyone's Derelict Emotional Silences

They are all sunken soil.
Over thinking between my two-selves.

Waste from oil sites stain my
cheeks. Along with the rust and waiting.

No space has been rented. 90 more words