Tag Archives: short stories

Free Story: Two’s a Crowd ~ Nicholas C. Rossis

Reblogged from Nicholas C. Rossis: *** Read Infinite Waters for free on Kindle Unlimited *** In April 2018, I posted my thousandth post on this blog. To celebrate, I started sharing here all my short stories. Every couple of weeks, I’ll be posting … Continue reading

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Embers ~ Trent P. McDonald

Reblogged from Trent’s World: Meeting at that corner of time where day and night become one, where dreams and reality mix, let’s stir the coals of that fire called ‘imagination’ to discover an eclectic mix of short stories.  Each story … Continue reading

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A piece of the past ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

This short story is for Sue Vincent’s photo prompt. It isn’t finished so I might have to go back to it. For once it has nothing whatsoever to do with my WIP. Thanks goodness… * The crisped muscles of her … Continue reading

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Lily: The Collector- a short story by Sally Cronin

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: Welcome to the second of the stories this weekend from What’s in a Name Volume II and this story begins with ‘L’ Lily – The Collector Lily dusted off her hands. They had been covered in soil … Continue reading

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Dublin cathedral ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

For Sue Vincent’s photo prompt. Another one that was obviously intended for my WIP. I haven’t got to the end of the story yet, but since it’s history, we know how it ends more or less. Aoife never thought she … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Golden Flower (Part Two) by Paul Andruss at Smorgasbord

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: PART 2 Okurimono woke thinking she heard whispering. The house was silent, except for the wind creeping through crevices and cracks. In the dim light from the brazier, she saw a swarm of eyes watching her from … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Golden Flower (Part One) by Paul Andruss at Smorgasbord

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: PART 1 The priests kept the entrance to the shrine of the sun goddess Amaterasu, free of snow. It was here Okurimono sang and danced, protected by the temple wall from the worst of the mountain wind. … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Calendar 2018! Intruders, Fiyero, Idina… and the zombies..

So, a week to go till turkey time and she’s still looking like something the cat dragged in and promptly dismembered. I’m twiddling my paws, wishing she would hurry up and get well, ’cause, frankly, the fish are no fun … Continue reading

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Beneath ~ Isabel Caves #writephoto

Everyone’s afraid of the lake. It’s a beautiful lake. You can see the whole world reflected in it. But I guess that’s what they don’t like about it. They see things they don’t think should be there. There’s the old … Continue reading

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Guest Author: D. Avery ~ Story Stitching

Fiction or non-fiction, we write into the truth. We feel the story and layer the details onto the page. We rework the scraps until they bloom — the quilter, the painter, the metal worker, the writer — we all work … Continue reading

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