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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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Flash Fiction Contest Runners Up: #5

This week I’ll be posting the stories of the runners-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.” The level of talent was amazing, and there was such a variety of styles. It was so difficult to chose. Continue reading

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ATTN #Writers: Flash Fiction Contest Extended!

The Summer Flash Fiction contest will be extended until 8/24/2015. Write a 450 word story, win $100! Continue reading

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ATTN #Writers: How long does it take you to write 450 words?

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Win $100 for 450 words of your best prose. Open genre. No entry fee. Prompt: I knew it was a mistake the moment it was over. How long will it take you to write 450 words? Contest ends two weeks … Continue reading

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“I Knew it Was a Mistake the Moment it was Over” Flash Fiction Contest

I can’t claim this as my original line. I found it in Writer’s Digest Short-Story theme, but the line is simply too irresistible to not let my demented, dark imagination roam with my own short story… That’s not all… I also … Continue reading

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One Damned Heart Part II: A Paranormal Short Story

Can the love of one heart can change a damned one? Part II of a short work of paranormal romance. Continue reading

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A Misbehavior for A Misbehavior

“Why can’t we be like normal families?” escaped from her lips as a desperate lonely plea as she turned and balled up the paper and then tossed it into the trash. The useless piece of paper held a name that … Continue reading

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