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Flying by the Seat of Your Pants: Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

The night before the mission Squadron 74 threw back their beers and cuddled their girls They knew there would be empty seats and some broken-hearts the following night.  1100 hours the bugle sounded.  A quick briefing. No longer carefree, they … Continue reading

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Repost of Mexican Standoff: FFfAW

The man on the sidewalk stared at my window. I don’t know how long he’d been there when I first saw him at 9am, yesterday. From then I stayed in full sight of him. Neither of us moved a muscle. … Continue reading

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The Mexican Standoff: Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

The man on the sidewalk stared at my window. I don’t know how long he’d been there when I first saw him at 9am, yesterday. From then I stayed in full sight of him. Neither of us moved a muscle. … Continue reading

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In a Flash: Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

Flies buzzed. They flew in slomo before landing on the ham sandwiches and the pink cupcakes.  How much shit had they sat on before touchdown? Was I going to be eating pure ecoli or no germs at all. I brushed … Continue reading

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Me and my buddy gonna move a bale of hay: Flash Fiction For Aspiring Writers

“Life ain’t easy being a woman. No siree.  I tries to wake before my hubby, else I get thrown way behind. I’m busy in the  morning so I’m up with the sun. Chickens to feed, eggs to collect. Make breakfast … Continue reading

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A fitting Sendoff: Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

Brian had volunteered at the local surf club his entire life. His marriage to Joy was on the beach followed by a reception in the clubhouse. Each of his children conceived after nights which followed long days keeping the surfers … Continue reading

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I believe: Flash Fiction For Aspiring Writers

  The car parked beside the building, its roof level with the gutters had the rundown structure possessed them. “We’re here.” Julia unbuckled her seatbelt.  “You have to be joking. This isn’t a coffee shop. It’s a Wendy house surely.” … Continue reading

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