Tag Archive | Flash Fiction

5 Simple Tips To Take Your Writing to the Next Level

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This is a guest post by author Gary D. Holdaway. Gary is a young writer from the UK with big ideas, and an even bigger passion for words. A multigenre author of both novels and short fiction, Gary has a flare for the suspenseful, the frightening, and the unknown. 5…

You’re It! #writephoto

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? I’d always enjoyed walking in the fog. There’s something about the eeriness it creates that keeps me outdoors rather than sat indoors in front of a screen. Today was no different. I’d taken my camera with me in the hope of snapping some eerie shots that…

Short Story Sunday 218: Partner

Rachel Poli             “Well, it looks like it’s going to be you and me.” Shelby said. She put her books down on the desk and put her tote bag on the ground next to her chair. She sat down and smiled at the boy next to her.His name was Hank. He was the new kid […]

Time To Write: Rain [Creative Writing Prompt]

Rachel Poli Last week’s writing prompt was a general prompt. Check out some great pieces by fellow writers: Pensitivity101This, That, and The OtherA Unique Title For MeBy SarahThe Bag LadyMorpethroad Now onto this week’s writing prompt: Write a story based off the prompt provided above. If you use this prompt, please leave a link to your post in […]

The Wedding Bouquet #flashfiction

Short Story Sunday 217: Oxygen

Rachel Poli             Amelia sat in the waiting room. Her body was slumped over one of the hospital chairs. It was cushioned, but was not at all comfortable. Then again, it may have been because she was sitting there for so long.Her head was bowed down as she felt herself drifting off to sleep. She […]

Future #photography

Short Story Sunday 216: Nothing

Rachel Poli “Oh, it was nothing.” He had said. But she knew better.It was nothing to him, no skin off his back, but it bothered her. She didn’t know why it bothered her and she didn’t want it to bother her. But it did.Did it really matter? There was nothing she could do about it. […]

Short Story Sunday 215: Come Here

Rachel Poli             “Can you come here for a second?” Harper shouted from the living room. She was sitting on the couch with her laptop on her lap and the TV on for background noise as she worked on her homework.No one answered.After a few minutes, she rolled her eyes. She had just called Annie […]

Aroma #photography

Originally posted on Hugh's Views & News  :
In the year 2023, when the Earth had run out of cocoa beans, everyone thought that the aroma of chocolate would be lost forever. Do you know what chocolate will be made from in the future? Two years later, the human race was saved when beings from…

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