Flash Fiction: Say Goodbye

14th May, 2010 - Comments Off on Flash Fiction: Say Goodbye

It was the same dream every night and she was beginning to grow weary of the argument. Slow drips of brackish water painted her vision black. She stepped back and revealed a window, where the drops collected. Turning, she knew he was waiting for her, in that dandruffy leather chair. “Come, sit with me by […] Read More

Flash Fiction: Flight 1043

16th April, 2010 - Comments Off on Flash Fiction: Flight 1043

Dear Mom, It won’t be long now. My assignment is almost over. I’ll be home before you know it. They guys are all talking about how they are going to spend their vacations. Most of them have girlfriends and some have wives they are eager to see. I can hardly wait to see you and […] Read More

Flash Friday: Samantha Reborn

25th December, 2009 - Comments Off on Flash Friday: Samantha Reborn

The crackling of the fire was getting on his nerves. It was so distracting, the loud pops pulling his attention from the hut where his wife lay, screaming at irregular intervals. He wanted to be in there with her, to hold her and protect her, but the two women at the door would let no man pass. Read More