Postings with tag: flash-fiction
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The title is wordplay, say it out loud. A man does a report on nuns and how they treat boys who misbehave. I have to stress that I have nothing against nuns and that my story is fictional. Slightly less than two hundred words. I hope the title is understood.
In this exciting second part of The Legend of the Stingray, Slashfin, the blacktip reef shark who escaped from the Battle of the South Side, returns to challenge Rex, the ruling stingray, in a bid to defeat him and rule the ocean. Will he succeed?
A small blip of Charles's life - don't let this be you. Hey there! Ashley Green here ^^ I wrote this little piece between classes. :) Hope you guys enjoy! Constructive criticism is highly welcomed. Thank you.
First attempt at a competition. Love and loathe the challenge of flash fiction. My character has a dilemma. I have attempted to give some back story without removing the action in hand. Although it's tinged with sadness I hope the humour triumphs.
This is a really short story written for a Flash Fiction writing contest based on the photo on the cover. It is about a woman named Marcy whose husband passed away and she is having a hard time dealing with the loss.
Callum Bane is riding through the cold Arizona desert when he stumbles across a lady stranded after her horse runs away, but he gets more than he bargains for when he decides to help.
She wakes up in a watery world without clothes or memory. She better make quick use of the only weapon she has if she intends to survive the night... a short, short story =)
This is my second collection of short stories! Included are 12 stories, one of them is the second part to The Other Side! I hope you enjoy them. My work is available on Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble Nook ebook servies.
Secrets have a place in every family. Some are insignificant, while others can control an entire nation. Three years after chasing a mystery that his parents safeguarded him from, Sean Davis is responsible for recruiting soldiers into the military. Despite this, he can't ignore the plan the Council has in…
Scott is a teen with the ability to measure how “dangerous” people are on a scale of 1 to 10 just by looking at them. Ex. a normal child would be a 1, while a trained man with an assault rifle might be a 7.