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If you change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

What if Tuesday is all about the what ifs. Each week I post a hypothetical question that you can have fun with and answer. This week’s question is: What if you could change one thing about yourself? What would it be? … Continue reading

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What if Tuesday: What if I could grant you one wish?

What if Tuesday is all about the what ifs. Each week I post a hypothetical question that you can have fun with and answer. This week’s question is: What if I could grant you one wish? What would you wish for? Think … Continue reading

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For those who are damned…

You will know him by the gleam in his eyes that catches you off-guard, and by the fragrance of an expensive cigar that lingers long after he has left. It will be found in the gentle touch from a handshake that demands your attention and causes your pupils to dilate. There is no darkness around, but you know the darkness is coming. The chill in the air says you will soon be covered in his darkness and you can’t wait. Continue reading

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Announcing My Flash Fiction Contest Winner!

I’d been called a free spirit before. They couldn’t keep me tethered to their heavy lead chains that damned them to this cut, narrow path called life. I refused to give in. Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Contest Runners Up: #2

I knew it was a mistake the moment it was over. Your ghost follows my footsteps before I even make them everyplace I seem to go. I can hear the echo of you; see the memory start to reform before my very eyes. Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Contest Runners Up: #3

I knew it was a mistake the moment the words were out of my mouth, but it was too late. I couldn’t catch hold of those words, as they raced through the air, and pull them back into my mouth, never to be spoken. Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Contest Runners Up: #4

Here is another runner-up from my Summer Flash Fiction Contest. All entries were based on the theme “I knew it was a mistake the moment it was over.” #4 is by Caleb Adebayo from Nigeria. Enjoy! I could taste my heartbeat … Continue reading

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