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Flash Fiction: Dream Catcher

The almost-forgotten shadow-soul stalks the city’s streets at night. It moves between the flickering yellow lights lit in the streets to keep it away. It lingers in the dark tendrils of midnight, in the creak of floorboards and roofs cooling after a day under a burning sun. 112 more words


Private Space

David pulled the strap over his shoulder, then reached for the other one. He pulled it around, buckled the harness in front of him, and settled in. 235 more words

Short Story

about a storm (150)

she shook, yanking the ends of her jacket sleeves over her hands and pressing her lips together until they hurt. 133 more words

Flash Fiction

The Devil by L.A. Murphy

It all started with a venti iced green tea latte that wasn’t iced. I was already late for work but the Lord knows I need my latte before I go to that place. 694 more words


Mark Your Calendars: HORRID LITTLE THINGS is Coming!

Horrid Little Things will be available on Amazon on Saturday, December 5th.

Yes, that’s right. This upcoming Saturday.

As a celebration both 100 Tiny Tales of Terror… 54 more words


Flash Fiction

This short flash-fiction piece needs an intro. The story is very South African and will probably not convey much to outsiders. ‘

MAKWEREKWERE is a (derogatory) term applied to all black foreigners. 235 more words

South Africa