Flash Fiction

Here you can find the latest Flash Fiction posts. New posts are added weekly.


  • Jan 17, 2018 A stranger was knocking at the doorHolding the curtain, I glanced below. A man stood at the door, half obscured from my vantage point. continue reading
  • Jan 10, 2018 Give me one good reason why I should wear a dressI heard footsteps and fabric rustling at the door. “No,” I staying focused on my code. continue reading
  • Jan 3, 2018 He dreamed every nightI watched as he sat trembling on bed. 5am already and still he fought sleep. He dreamt every night screaming. He begged every day. continue reading
  • Jan 1, 2018 Happy New YearI shielded my eyes against the constant assault of dust and dirt. Still the winds built as Neilina pull successive items from her bag. The calm point in the chaos. I hunched as close to her as I dared, enjoying the periphery of her protection. continue reading
  • Dec 31, 2017 Happy New Year'sThe vehicle speed through the portal dumping on out a road in the middle of nowhere and night. Winds buffeted me as if a hurricane or tornado raged though the sky was clear. Clear except for the aberration. continue reading
  • Dec 27, 2017 You have his eyesAs the door banged open reverberating, I leaned back adjusting my grip on the chain. “You have his eyes.” The woman said the words coyly from the doorway. continue reading
  • Dec 25, 2017 Merry ChristmasI held the gift at eye level. The orb swung gently from the constant rumble of the ship’s drive. A single snowflake glimmered at the center, its crystalline edges and lacework perfect. The structure refracting the circuitry sparking along and obscuring the back of the orb. The orb was cold to the touch. Snow, actual snow. I hadn’t thought to see it. continue reading
  • Dec 20, 2017 The door was closedKeti dashed around the corner and skidded to a halt before a blank wall. “Cade!” Her scream was pointless. The door was gone without a remaining glimmer. continue reading
  • Dec 13, 2017 Time to test the theory that idle talk costs lives “Anyway, that’s when-” Impatiently, I glanced at my watch heaving my best tragic sigh. “Shimon, I’d love to hear about your. . .” continue reading
  • Dec 6, 2017 With some trepidation I stepped forwardMy breathing rattled my teeth as I moved. Glancing back, I gulped seeing the platofrm’s tether to the space station. So thin. So frail. continue reading

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