Flash Fiction Friday *Waltzing Matilda*

Waltzing Matilda By Jillian Bost Matilda trudged down the country lane in a huff. She shouldn’t have been walking by herself this late in the…

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*Flash Fiction Friday* Midnight Change

MIDNIGHT CHANGE By Kevin Lewis It was midnight when the man entered the rest stop bathroom. The man clutched his face with his hands and…

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Flash Fiction Friday *When He Left Himself*

When He Left Himself By Jillian Bost Alfred curled up underneath his blankets. The evening shouting had begun. His father had staggered home early from…

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Flash Fiction Friday *Return*

Return By Jillian Bost Violet jerked awake, her heart thudding like a thick fist against an iron door. She tossed away all outside sounds and…

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*Flash Fiction Friday* That Hugh Grant Face

That Hugh Grant Face James Pyne A pinch in Gary’s neck with him blacking out had him waking up roped to a chair in a…

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Flash Fiction Friday *Well-Read Books*

Well-Read Books By Lance Eaton Viscous red liquid seeped from the pages of the closed book and crawled in all directions. I thought about what…

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Flash Fiction Friday *Breathtaking*

Breathtaking by Mike Carey Katy was cursed. When she was little, her grandmother had told her that she was going to be ‘breathtaking’.  At the…

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