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Riptide (Jane Doe Flash Fiction)

“And after you lost your job, it just cascaded, the domino effect,” the writer prompted. Interviewing Jane, Woman in the Street, of all people! “Woman Living in the Street,” more like. 148 more words

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Casting Call (Jane Doe Six Sentence Stories)

“…and no matter how I look at my life, I can’t see it ever being any different than it is every single stupid day,” Becca finishes. 153 more words

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Busy (Jane Doe Flash Fiction)

The sun is warm on her face in the cooler air, light penetrating her closed eyelids, turning them incandescent orange. The smells of autumn: decaying leaves, rich earth. 110 more words

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Review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

This movie fell on my radar from a result of my Amazon browsing history. I’m not sure what screwed up little algorithm determined that I’m down with autopsies, but I’m okay with it. 710 more words


Nose Out of Joint (Jane Doe Six Sentence Stories)

“I just don’t understand why you don’t want to go in on this deal with me,” Alec says.

“I don’t do anything on a joint basis anymore, sorry,” Torrey says shortly. 107 more words

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The Best Speller (Jane Doe Flash Fiction)

Jane clicks on the save icon. She grimaces at the red squiggles, then smiles at the memory of the phone ringing. Dad instead of Mom, unusual in itself. 255 more words

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A Walk in the Park (Jane Doe Flash Fiction)

Away from her musty tent, the park by the bay is crowded. Cool breeze off the water. Maybe the heat will break, and she’ll sleep tonight. 128 more words

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