Category Archives: Flash Fiction

The Raven’s Lament – Flash Fiction

Oliver hated waiting. He was a creature of the instantaneous. He wanted gratification now, for it was his to take and he had taken so much of it over the years. Oliver tapped his fingers impatiently on the table and … Continue reading

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Paper Thin Thoughts – Side Tales #1

He missed paper. Just the feel of it in his hands, the smell of age and words on the page. He missed the thickness of the paper, even if he did have to squint at the words. Everything was electronic … Continue reading

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Penny’s Book – Side Tales 4

The problem was, he didn’t know where he came from. He was half of two nationalities on his mothers side and like, twelve on his fathers side. I mean, he knew people that had grown up in Blackwood Hills their … Continue reading

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No Words – Side Tales 3

It was funny, she thought. To think they had thought the radio antiquated, that the sound of something that came from the airwaves instead of tablet, a glowing screen, a glowing screen had ever held any meaning. What she really … Continue reading

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One Word – Side Tales 2

You could open any lock in the world, really. All you had to have was patience. Which was something Daniel didn’t have a lot of-he would be the first to admit it. Which is why it had taken him such … Continue reading

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Tapped In – Side Tales 1

The truth was, he was afraid of technology. He had progressed to the MyBuddy XL3 Tablet Unit but the thought of the MyBuddyHDXL13 absolutely terrified him. He didn’t even have a proper hand unit. He still carried his old hand … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Friday!

  I had fun today. I took part in Flash Friday with Breathless Press on their Facebook Page. I had to write twelve fifty word flash stories based on word or picture prompts. This inspired me to write a 100 … Continue reading

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