Tag Archives: relationships

Leaving: 99 Word Flash Fiction

“You’ve changed. I’m sick of it. I want you to go.” He spat the words at her before storming from the room. He’s right, Bee thought. I have changed. Once I had butterflies in my stomach, fireflies in my eyes … Continue reading

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Snake in the cloud: 99 Word flash Fiction

He stalked her despite the restraining order. Now threats from her new boyfriend’s mother. was threatening to kill her. Sonia barely slept, hardly ate and jumped at every sound.  In her new home, interstate, her nerves in tatters, she booked … Continue reading

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99 Word Flash Fiction: Going home

Jake grabbed her. He’d been waiting a long time to hold her in his arms and he wasn’t letting go now. They both rang in sick and spent the next week lost in a haze of love.  “I wish I … Continue reading

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99 Word Flash Fiction : Love Grows

Jake and I did everything together and told each other all our secrets. We knew the other as though we were one. We discussed our boyfriends and girlfriends, often going on double dates together. We solved the world’s problems and … Continue reading

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99 word flash fiction: Onion

A friend introduced us. ” Jacqui, this is Onion.”  I raised my eyebrows “So you’re goin’ to make me cry.” “Perhaps.” Onion was the life of that party. He made me laugh as we danced and drank and joked our … Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers : The Dinner

“You bastard. You’ll pay for this.” The door slammed shut behind his wife, Eloise, and the kids. He stared out into the empty courtyard. Running to the front door he shouted after her retreating figure “Come back Eloise, please come … Continue reading

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Bite Size Memoir: It made my day and my life

Henry Miller wrote in Big Sur and the Oranges of Heironymous Bosch ” Most everyone has known one moment in his life when he felt so good, so thoroughly attuned, that he has been on the point of exclaiming: “Ah, now is the time … Continue reading

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