Category: Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: The Right Answer

It was a time when the only choices you had were A, B, C, and D.  Your eyes glazed over, a few times crossed, and I knew you were asking yourself where the other choices were. The ones of 1, 2, 3, and 4.… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: The Right Answer”

Flash Fiction: Don’t Jump on the Bed

It’s snowing outside. I can’t sit still. Don’t want too either. This day should’ve been a mystery. Give me something to solve besides math problems in my worn-out book. I want to go outside but mom won’t let me. This winter vacation sucks. “You… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: Don’t Jump on the Bed”

Flash Fiction: A Tub of Fat

My second flash fiction story in 2021. It’s sort of dark but completely written on the fly. In all the wrong places, in all the wrong angles, I sat there. I barely could keep my butt on the tiny seat underneath me. It was… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: A Tub of Fat”

Flash Fiction: Her Name

It’s been a while since I’ve written anything fiction since I’m finishing up my rewrite. I look forward to starting my new novel idea (the one that will be the hardest and most rewarding to write) until the next one comes along. In the… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: Her Name”

Flash Fiction: Open the Door Sideways

This too is a random flash fiction story I wrote on the fly. No more and no less and not really thought out. It just came to me. So take it for what it is. Again, no more and no less. When I opened… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: Open the Door Sideways”

Flash Fiction: The Discarded Notebook

I’ve been wanting to write something but not sure what to write or how to write it. By this I mean carefree without hardly any editing or careful planning with some editing. I chose the prior and fair warning there are swear words and… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: The Discarded Notebook”

Flash Fiction: The Bracelet

When I entered the room, the smell of desperation went up my nose and stayed there.  I scanned the room to find anyone who reminded me of my ex.  He resembled the butler on The Addam’s Family, Lurch, due to his height, although he… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: The Bracelet”

Flash Fiction: Where Are You?

Trina knew it was easy to chase someone down when that person had wronged you.  She also knew it was harder to leave the person alone when you were right all along. This was what she was dealt when her brain stopped overthinking.  It… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: Where Are You?”

Flash Fiction: We Were Worms

It just wasn’t sitting in the classrooms that I loved.  It was the whole process taking place before I sat down on the uncomfortable wooden chairs in elementary school that became even more uncomfortable plastic chairs in middle school.  Every year I got a… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: We Were Worms”

Flash Fiction: Through the Door

Before I turned on the light, I couldn’t tell the depth or width of the room, minus a few hints from previous conversations.  How does one prepare for this type of thing?  It goes beyond stepping on the metal strip that covers the ugly… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: Through the Door”

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