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Flash Friday 18/04/2014: Over For A Bite

Being a cynical old couple, Trevor and Janet were hard to spook. This is why neither of them budged as they entered the front hall of Castle Dread, causing the two large metal doors to slam behind them. 1,002 more words

Flash Friday

Nothing To Be Afraid Of

Sam and Leah had tried everything they could think of, but their daughter Cassie was still so afraid of the dark that she wouldn’t sleep without a light. 521 more words


Flash Friday 11/04/2014: Engrossed With a Ghost

Daniel opened the fridge to see a box of corn flakes within.

He often did this trick; a very special magic trick where the only audience was himself. 929 more words

Flash Friday

The Dorley Cycle VI

To start the cycle: Part I ; Part II ; Part III ; Part IV


Part V ; 



My thirsty mouth was lapping of the oily waters, an answer of filth and shit scrambled in the accents of comers and goers, and deafened by the police sirens and the nearing helicopter flashing its light on all coastal beauty. 1,015 more words

Short Fiction Stories

Illusory Storage

It’s been a while since anything’s been posted here. I have plenty of excuses, but I’ll spare you that. Instead let me tell you a story. 1,060 more words


The Journals: A Life #fridayflash #nationalpoetrymonth #poetry #amwriting

In celebration of National Poetry Month, my Friday Flash this week is not a flash at all, but a poem (though if you consider it prose instead I suppose it could be called a flash). 335 more words