Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Weakness – Mondays Finish the Story

The Weakness The cemetery spread along the area known as Devils Abode. Nate stood outside the cemetery’s largest crypt, holding a bucket. He straightened the thin black tie that went with his black suit. The sounds emanating from within the … Continue reading

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Drinking Alone – Sunday Photo Fiction

Drinking Alone Frankie, Gemma, and Bobby entered the old Roman ruins after another successful jewelry heist. Gemma was proud of her younger brothers for not shooting anyone…this time. The beatings she delivered to them were finally taking hold. She led … Continue reading

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The Refund – Shapeshifting 13 #16

The Refund “It’s lovely here,” said Elizabeth as they strolled down the wooded path. “But this is no Faerie Kingdom!” “What would convince you?” said Rachel. “With tangible proof, I’ll refund your psychoanalyst fees.” A unicorn passed them on the … Continue reading

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The Good Neighbor – Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

The Good Neighbor The robberies that plagued Martin ceased when Tim moved in next door. He never asked what Tim did. He was just happy to have a good neighbor. One day, as they walked their dogs on the pathway … Continue reading

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The Wrong Decision – Mutant 750

The Wrong Decision Simone had begun to rue the day she met Sheldon. Oh, he possessed the physicality she desired. As he rowed the boat down a tributary of the Mississippi River, his pectoral muscles rippled most divinely. Despite that … Continue reading

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Demonic Indigestion – Gargleblaster Microstories #228

Evonne held her hand before the fires within the restaurant’s kitchen wall. “Yep. It’s a gate to Hell. You actually cooked in this?” “Sure,” said Lindsey. “Cooked Devil’s Food cake there for years.” “What enraged the demons?” “Mom made Angel … Continue reading

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Toilet Paper – Friday Fictioneers

Toilet Paper The generation-ship had traveled through space for 772 years before they found him. Peter had rested in cryo-sleep for the entire duration before they revived him. Human society aboard ship had changed. Bel’Nuerte led Peter on a tour. … Continue reading

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