Flash Fiction Friday: A New Light

Here is this week's Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers challenge. Enjoy! “There!” Sarcos folded dark wings and plummeted to the desert. “Excellent.” Thanatos landed and scanned the area. An empty road overgrown with scrub grass. Power lines hummed overhead. The rainbow they had followed touched the roof of a lone trailer. “You have done well.” … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: A New Light

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Flash Fiction Friday: The Sentinel

This is my post for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers.The photo is from The Storyteller's Abode. “I know it’s you,” Annie said. She looked up at the still figure of the scarecrow, her eyes danced. The scarecrow made no reply, it never did. Her brother Mac stood at a distance and laughed. “Your boyfriend not … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: The Sentinel

How Unknown Disembodied Voices Can Ruin Your Relationship

This is my response to this weeks' prompt from Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers. Photo from pixaby.com. Orange and yellow flames licked the vintage acoustic guitar. It called to Matt. He watched it and reached toward it. “No!” Lisa screamed. “Are you insane?” Matt shook himself and turned toward Lisa. Was any of this sane? … Continue reading How Unknown Disembodied Voices Can Ruin Your Relationship

The Bounty Hunter

Photo provided by TJ Paris and Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers. This is in response to this week's prompt over at Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers. Gabe’s feet touched the cobbled path and he felt it. Evil. Like oil on his skin. There was his quarry standing alone on the path. Like she said she … Continue reading The Bounty Hunter