Flash Fiction Friday – The Place in the Clouds

I often have flashes of inspiration when I’m in a car. Maybe it’s just because I don’t ride in cars very often and that makes it a little bit of a liminal space for me, associated with holidays and family events. This idea came to me from a truly spectacular cloudscape I saw today. I hope you enjoy it. The Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The Place in the Clouds

Flash Fiction Friday – Unreality

Okay yeah, it’s Sunday but here we are. Today’s tiny piece is brought to you by Sims 4 and the Star Trek holodeck. Enjoy! Unreality Annalise swiped lazily through the gallery, not quite knowing what she was looking for but also knowing just what she was looking for. It was a “know it when I see it” kind of situation, Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Unreality

Flash Fiction Friday – Practice makes Plummet

This little snippet isn’t based on a dream, but it’s sort of a prequel of a story I want to write based on a dream. I hope you enjoy it! Practice makes Plummet I finish another set of breathing exercises and drink a small glass of water with a few drops of that tincture the Ambassador gave me to keep Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Practice makes Plummet

Flash Fiction Friday – An excess of ranch

Just a little thing based on a dream ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope you enjoy it! An excess of ranch The first few time it had happened, I didn’t even really notice. I mean, it’s hardly unheard of, waking up in the morning and realizing that you had a packet of milk left after all, even though you thought you were out. If Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – An excess of ranch

Flash Fiction Friday – Slice of Pandemic Life

Excuse the blithe title, I couldn’t think of what else to call it. Just a little snippet, plucked right out of my day. Maybe not a story as such but oh well. Enjoy! Slice of Pandemic Life “Whole family went in,” the man in front of me says, nodding toward the tent. He holds his palm up to me. “Five Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Slice of Pandemic Life

Flash Fiction Friday – Loneliness and Hatches

I feel like I haven’t written flash fic in about three years. But I’m back! Wooh! Today’s piece is a bit macabre, and inspired by the creepy basement under my parents’ summer home that a small part of my brain is always worried about falling into. Loneliness and Hatches They all said that it was loneliness and isolation that killed Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Loneliness and Hatches

Flash Fiction Friday – Death Words

Today’s flash fic piece was based on a prompt from Seventh Sanctum! And yes, the title is a bad D&D pun. Death Words She was absolutely positive he would be speaking, and we all knew what that meant. A few years ago, we might have debated the issue, might’ve doubted what she said but by now everybody knew that Aunt Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Death Words

Flash Fiction Friday – The Ground Where She Used To Walk

I don’t know quite where this one came from, it just did. Enjoy! The Ground Where She Used To Walk โ€œSo…โ€ I say as we step further into the orchard, where the branches of the apple trees are bent low with fruit not quite yet ready for picking. โ€œWhen are you going to tell Grandmother?โ€ Lia doesnโ€™t answer me right Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The Ground Where She Used To Walk

Flash Fiction Friday – Wall-runner

I’ve been reading through my next big WIP this week, and gods am I excited to be working on it. It’s gonna be so good! Eventually… In the mean time, here’s a little snippet of an unnamed side-character. She might not even turn up in the book, to be honest. I mostly wanted to explore this particular part of the Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Wall-runner

Flash Fiction Friday – Good Morning, Gary

For Thank Gods Its Indie this afternoon, I played a lovely little game called Speed Dating for Ghosts by Copychaser games and Laundry Bear. It was really enjoyable and unique, and thematically it reminded me a bit of Corinne Cross’s Dead & Breakfast which I played a while ago, even if Speed Dating has maybe a bit of a darker Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Good Morning, Gary