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Second Look (Jane Doe Six Sentence Stories)

Torry pops the gate open and looks quickly around the back yard, hoping to find it as cleared of overgrown weeds and undergrowth as the front yard. 126 more words

Flash Fiction

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Jane Doe
  Staff Writer 

It’s difficult to have conversations about the holocaust. And there aren’t many words, as a Jewish person, I can place. Friday, January 27, however, marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and I am compelled to speak. 792 more words

The Watcher (Jane Doe Flash Fiction)

The Congress of Rough Writers weekly flash fiction challenge for February 16: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes a watcher. 128 more words

Flash Fiction

Jane D.

I’ve seen you sometimes. Not in that pretentious asshole I’ve-seen-the-real-you-and-it’s-beautiful-but-you-don’t-know-it kind of way, I mean, I hope it doesn’t sound like that- I mean in the normal way. 249 more words


Ode to Doe: Opelika Jane Doe

The skull, as well ass several bones of a young girl were discovered on January 28, 2012 in Opelika, Alabama. The victim’s remains were concealed in the woods near a trailer park. 251 more words

A Rock in the Road (Jane Doe Flash Fiction)

Every week, Charli Mills hosts the Rough Writers and Friends flash fiction challenge at Carrot Ranch. The February 2 challenge: In 99 words (no more, no less,) write a story about a rock in the road. 138 more words

Flash Fiction

What's wrong is...Mr. Smith

Alright. So by now you should know I want to be a writer. I love writing and reading and words and language and being a grammar nazi. 1,192 more words