Category Archives: Flash Fiction

On The Beach

The sun is hot and it’s making the sand hot to walk on. This deck chair is nice and cool, being shaded by that big umbrella. This little bit of shade is very relaxing. Hopefully I’ll not be spotted by … Continue reading

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Hello Cindy

‘Hello Cindy, how are you? Is your new job going well?  I noticed that you are now working with a different temp agency. I hope this one is better than the last one. You changed your hair. I like the … Continue reading

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Loss

I miss you being here, by my side, my friend, my soul mate. I miss seeing your face. Everything is so different now. I’m on my own. You’re not here to help, to answer my questions or agree with my … Continue reading

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Death Ride

The ship is throwing me forwards and backwards and I’m scared. I’m strapped into my seat so I cannot be injured or thrown overboard. The constant motion is making me feel queasy. The howling wind and rain plays like a … Continue reading

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