Short Stories

Eyes Upon Us

This post is a response to November 2018’s mid-month short story challenge. Click on the link in the previous sentence to read the prompt, share your story, and read those written by others. The beauty of frequent airport travel is that you begin to learn the best places to sit in your home airport before your …

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Another Haunt

This post is a response to October 2018’s mid-month short story challenge. Click on the link in the previous sentence to read the prompt, share your story, and read those written by others. “Dale! Dale, hurry up!” yelled Marty. “I’ll just be a few more minutes!” Dale shouted back. “Dale, come on,” said Marty as he …

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Like Clockwork

This post is a response to September 2018’s mid-month short story challenge. Click on the link in the previous sentence to read the prompt, share your story, and read those written by others. “How are you planning to come back from this? Can…can you?” asked Leo. “Which part?” replied Sara. “The part where I fell in …

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Vita in Morte Sumus

This post is a response to August 2018’s mid-month short story challenge. Click on the link in the previous sentence to read the prompt, share your story, and read those written by others. Oddly enough, the inspiration for this story comes both from my song of choice, as well as a comment made by John Green …

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Laramie

This post is a response to July 2018’s mid-month short story challenge. Click on the link in the previous sentence to read the prompt, share your story, and read those written by others. For reference, here is the song that was picked to use as inspiration for this month’s story The register of Grant’s cries burned …

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