Flash Friday: China Doll

3rd December, 2010 - Comments Off on Flash Friday: China Doll

The china doll lay on the sidewalk, a crack running from the right eye to the left corner of its jaw. The flickering fire danced shadow and light across its eyes. The once-white dress now covered in soot and blood – red and black, a funereal cloak. The sirens blared around the corner. Men jumped […] Read More

Flash Friday: Dead Eyes

28th May, 2010 - Comments Off on Flash Friday: Dead Eyes

“What’ve you done?” Sam looked up from his blood-stained hands and stared at the mouth that had uttered those words. He could not speak, only compare the red of the lips the red on his fingers. It was dry and faded, whereas the blood was still shiny and new. They moved again, but he did […] Read More

Flash Fiction: Long Drink

30th April, 2010 - Comments Off on Flash Fiction: Long Drink

The radio crackled, old horns and worn drums blared through the noise. Jakob stared at it, willing it into silence. He had just awoken and the world was falling asleep, all except that infernal box. Jesse woke beside him and pouted up at him. “I like the old music. Makes me feel alive.” “You’re dead, […] Read More