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THE MAN WHO MOVES (Flash Fiction) by Gabriel Agema


HIS MORNING James took his time thoroughly in front of the mirror placed at the back of the door of his room. He put his red tie excellently like he had learnt in the video. 476 more words

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Flash Fiction: Smooth, Dark, World

Eh, just looking for some inspiration. Something different to write. Here goes…nothin’. Been having a hard time prioritizing my writing time again. This is something I definitely need to get into the swing of again. 513 more words


Dull Resolution & Summer Cherry - Flash Fiction

Dull Resolution & Summer Cherry

I haven’t seen Grandma Kit in a real long time, because Mom and Dad got really busy this winter and said they didn’t even have the time to drive me over. 1,045 more words

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The Hibernation - Flash Fiction

The Hibernation

When we won, I was told to see a financial advisor to gain a better understanding of what exactly this would mean. He told us to remove ourselves from social media, to change our names, to leave the state. 1,004 more words

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Alien - Flash Fiction


Opening night at the Italian restaurant next door was the night my business began to leave my tight and weary grasp. We had been alive and running for almost fifteen years. 1,005 more words

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Twice Upon a Time Anthology Out Now!

Out now! The Twice Upon a Time anthology includes my very own story ‘The Chancellor’s Tale’.  This is a collection of diverse and fascinating reimagined fairy tales.   25 more words

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Memorialized - Friday Fictioneers

He had found a rift in the time continuum, which allowed him to travel back through history. Dressed in scuba gear, he jumped through the rift. 126 more words