About the Story This little short story is probably a rather strange interpretation of the song that inspired it. While listening to a radio show of a friend of mine, I heard a beautifully written song by Zoë Wren. The song is one of the tracks on her album which can be purchased on Bandcamp. … Continue reading The Lady’s Lullaby
A little about this story This story was written after I had listened to a performance done by a very dear friend of mine. I do hope you like it. Warning: This story may contain content of a sexual or explicit nature. Reader discretion is advised. Agony She took his hand as they listened to … Continue reading Agony
About this story This is a piece I wrote about seven months ago or so, and I consider it one of my most treasured. As this piece contains graphic content reader discretion is advised. A Destructive Dance She danced. As a torrent of tears fell down her cheeks, she danced. She plastered a smile on … Continue reading A Destructive dance
Our First Guest Of The year, The Lone Wolf.happy New Year all! This first post of the year is a guest post, written by my beautiful friend The Lone Wolf. I hope you all enjoy reading her work. The Big White House.Every day, I walk to school, even when I probably shouldn't because of how … Continue reading The Big White House. Flash Fiction by The Lone Wolf
Every day on my way to work I pass by a grand old house with a beautiful garden set out in the front yard. A sign attached to the mailbox advertises flowers for sale and an elderly man sits in a rocking chair on the wide veranda with a cup of tea by is side … Continue reading The Flower Man.
Spread out in the small yet spacious draw was a black and white cat. To my surprise, she was surrounded by kittens.Seven of them to be precise. After tending to the needs of mama cat and her little ones I shuffled back to the kitchen,eager to have my coffee at last.
Please Help. I need help. We need help. Everything turned bad really quick. This is Expedition Z13. I’m the student A35 that was sent with the crew. I’m not sure what… OK let me slow down. Everything is a bit hazy. We arrived a couple of units ago. Actually entering the orbit of the planet … Continue reading Flash Fiction Competition 3rd Place: Please Help.
I am proud to bring you our second place winner from the flash fiction competition. This is Footprints Through Time by Gabrielle Corbett. Footprints Through Time. The boots were always with her. No matter where she woke, no matter when she woke, the boots were always with her. It was as if the gods realized … Continue reading Flash Fiction Competition 2nd Place: Footprints Through Time