Flash Fiction Friday – September 22, 2017

Flash Fiction Friday #4
** WARNING: This story may offend some readers (drug use and coarse language) **

 

THE PORTAL

 

Todd looked at Luke with narrow eyes, his hand still stretched out toward him, the yellow tablet between his thumb and index finger. Continue reading “Flash Fiction Friday – September 22, 2017”

Flash Fiction Friday – September 15, 2017

Flash Fiction Friday #3

THE TURNED

Another scream pierced the cold night air. Lucy pulled the blanket up higher and squeezed her eyes shut. But sleep would not come easily tonight. She knew that already. Fear was what kept it at bay. Fear of becoming one of them, fear of dying, and fear of everything staying exactly the way it was. Continue reading “Flash Fiction Friday – September 15, 2017”

Flash Fiction Friday – September 8, 2017

Flash Fiction Friday #2

ORIGINS

“What do you think it’ll look like?” Aires asked.

Baresi shrugged. She had learned about what Earth had once been like and that their ancient ancestors looked very similar to them, but she didn’t know what to expect. Some said that Earth would never recover from what had happened and that those who had escaped to the nearest Earth-like planet should never return. Continue reading “Flash Fiction Friday – September 8, 2017”

Flash Fiction Friday – September 1, 2017

Flash Fiction Friday #1

A BEAUTIFUL LIE

Lisa had dreamt about this moment ever since the lottery first started twenty years ago. She had almost given up hope that she would ever purchase a winning ticket, having already spent thousands of dollars in the hopes of starting a new life in the colony. A place where humanity could start over again.
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Update: 31 August 2017

I can’t believe that there are only four months left until 2018! The months have just flown by. I’ve been busy preparing for the baby (due early November) and I’ve been hard at work on the Flash Fiction Friday stories. Continue reading “Update: 31 August 2017”