I've fallen out of the habit of these weekly flash fiction prompts. Well, I'm back with a short story about some cassettes in the attic. I got myself a cassette player. A Sony Walkman to be exact. Bought it off a retro electronics store online for a hundred and ten bucks. A steep price … Continue reading Cassettes

The Bowl

Not sure where this idea came from, but it's something spooky for Halloween. (Who thought that a picture of sugar could spark those thoughts?) They ate in silence, the air between them only filled with the sounds of their forks and knives as their utensils scraped against the gray porcelain plates. Mike opted for … Continue reading The Bowl

Enjoy It While It Lasts

Another Friday, another picture prompt. Today's pic reminded me of just how precious our moment in time is, and we should enjoy it while it lasts. Enjoy! "Isn't it amazing, the view?" Luke said. His back was against the ground, his gaze facing the stars above. In the distance, crickets chirped and frogs croaked."Enjoy … Continue reading Enjoy It While It Lasts

The Last Voyage of the Sea King

Written for the weekly prompt of the I Am A Writer Facebook Group (I should probably create a tag or category for these at this point, right now they're under the Flash Fiction category. Photo prompt: The sea had long risen above the coastal land, beaches had moved miles inland and coastal communities had … Continue reading The Last Voyage of the Sea King

The Lonely Grave

Written for the weekly prompt on the I Am A Writer Facebook Group Somewhere within the neighborhood, between 1507 Windward Street and 1509 Windward Street, just where the lots begin to become overgrown with the dull green plant species that make up the wild underbrush of the neighborhood, rest the Lonely Grave. Upon first … Continue reading The Lonely Grave