Greg has courage issues and a problem with someone sneaking into his apartment late at night. Mrs. Crepps, an elderly tenant, has a huge ring of keys and a secret.
This is a light-hearted piece of "fantasy" fiction that I wrote while relaxing in my favourite armchair. Writing experts always advise that you should always find inspiration in the things around you.
Sometimes, the places and things that feel safest and most familiar, can deliver the oddest experiences. Come see what Michael and Jen learn when they enter....The Butterfly Zone.
A heroine learns it will be a bad day when things start to go awry. What can ruin a perfectly good Saturday morning? Birds! Alfred Hitchcock didn't get it wrong. Let's hope this doesn't happen to you!
Jack's morning runs in the woods had been a way to escape life's complexities. On this morning, it was the woods he needed to escape from. By the time he gave up the fight, it was too late to run.
An alternate outcome of one of the most momentous decisions in all of history.
Three short stories written for flash fiction contests including two brief dystopian stories and a quick faux Native American myth.
A woman is walking down the street minding her own business, but she looks out of place. What do those bags contain? Is she homeless or a terrorist?
If you've tried to write flash fiction, you know it's hard to stay under the 1,000 word limit commonly adhered to. Here are 5 steps that will guide you to writing a tight, solid story for publishing.