She’d spotted them in the bread aisle and before her logical brain had gotten a chance to tell her she… Read more Beware of the bread aisle. [short story]
It was the 21st of September. Not that it really matters. All that matters is; they had hit the road… Read more Locked Up [short story] re-invented.
You must think I’m despicable”, he whispered and hid his face in his hands. He had told her everything. That… Read more Hero in a different light.
(This post is all stream of consciousness writing in response to SoSC’s prompt “flag”. Join in if you’d like!) Growing… Read more Red or green- nobody knows.
Ever since she was a little girl, she’d heard it proclaimed from every podium she’d ever been around: “this is… Read more He was it. [flash fiction]
“Dang it, the plants!” She had really meant to bring them water this time. She even went downstairs to get… Read more The art of being a plant mom.
Okay, so I did a fun little challenge. I grabbed a book I’ve never read, opened it up to a… Read more Locked up. [Short story]
This is carrotranch’s prompt for this week: April 16, 2020, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a… Read more Crazy. [short story]
Here is a link to the to prompt, if you also want to take part in the isolation journals that… Read more Northern lights. [short story]
7:30pm He owed this park bench his life. It had been almost 60 years now and it showed on both… Read more The bench. [short story]