A collection of short stories.
A short piece of Flash Fiction
A collection of small musings and flash fiction pieces.
Stories published on my blog over the year. There is no set genre and the style vary sometimes.
Dorothea Sage got her first camera when she was a little girl, and has been taking pictures ever since. She loves her career and her life in the city, but when tragedy strikes and everything is turned on its head, Dory returns home to the small to...
This is the collection of flash stories in progress.
White Board Fiction Grub is an ongoing collection of flash fiction by Adam Christopher. Fiction for nobody.
A Q&A from Spineless Wonders' online bookclub, with Sam George-Allen about blending fiction and non-fiction. In her book 'I Put a Spell on You', Sam explores how certain practices of women today mirror the work of their spell-casting ancestors. Pa...
A young woman with ice powers brings a little bit of snow to a schoolyard in her desert community.
A man named Berry gets struck by lightning and has to face Enemy's to save the city.
Children at Fort Marco Elementary all start expressing emotions the same way. Find out who (or what) is really in control.
Still working on it! But hope you like it!
New fantasy fiction story currently in progress
“I knew it was a mistake the moment the words were out of my mouth, but it was too late.” The words are out there, spoken, real, and we can’t take them back. This complete short story is about one phrase that should not have been said...
A short short. A what if tale. Have you ever wondered from whence your child's imagination springs? Maybe it is their reality.
Flash fiction entry to Tablo competition.
Fan fic of 1D
A compilation of short stories. Basically, this is your free-for-all if you want to see what I'm all about. A little bit of everything.
I concentrate hard on the icing swirls of the cakes before me. First a golden sheaf of wheat, then the pale green of grass, and even some blue to represent sky, I suppose. I don't really know. I'm in a quiet zone where nothing can touch me, and it...