Her thoughts traveled south with the mist into the village. She would regret the children, but the beast would spare no one.
Here's my entry into this week's Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers contest. It's been awhile. Enjoy it! “This is your plan? A windmill?” Stephanie eyed the stone colossus. Martin grabbed her hand. “Take a look inside with me.” “And what do you have hidden in there? A spaceship?” A smile pulled at the corners of … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: The Spaceship
Time for another Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers challenge. Enjoy it! Brian clenched his fist around the gift. Pain pulsed through his forearm. Darkness surrounded him. Filled with anguished cries and evil things he dared not see. “Why do you hold it so tightly, when it hurts you this much?” The voice again. Sometimes it … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: A Gift Received
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
Woohoo! Here is this year's First Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers' challenge. Enjoy! “It’s a decoy! I can feel it in my scales.” Marvin peered out from underneath the overhanging rock. “That’s what Bobby thought. You know what happened to Bobby.” Alex stayed back in the rock’s shadow. His tail swished back and forth and … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: What Fish Do For Fun