A picture of a forest at night in a dystopian world where the life and death struggle for a young boy takes place.

Until The Last

Pain. Pain, hot and sharp, pierced through Nadine’s ragged awareness. She gasped, forcing her breath inward and choking on the cry threatening to escape. She couldn’t yell out. Not here.[…]

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On an old park bench Emily discovers the difference between a boy friend and a boyfriend

Sweet Confessions

Side by side, we sat on the old park bench. The late spring air hung heavy around us like a priest’s confessional. Unspoken words buzzed and danced about our heads[…]

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Choices

The light changed, granting its permission to cross the busy downtown intersection, as I hurried back to work after lunch. My phone dinged as a text arrived. Without thinking, I[…]

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Image of a dragon flying

Dragon Born

It was dark in the cave. A soft huffing was Heather’s only warning. “It’s okay, Korro. It’s me. I’m here to check on Mari and the kits.” The huffing subsided[…]

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A single drop of water sits of a leaf

All For a Drop

It was wrong to steal. And Jazel was not a thief. So it was with little difficulty that he shoved back the random thought that he could easily slip an[…]

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A mother tells her child a story about his father, the ocean

Your Father’s Song

Be still, my child. Be still and listen to the lullaby your father sings for you. Listen closely. Can you hear? The gentle lapping of the waves upon the shore.[…]

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A solar eclipse brings about a new world in this short story and changes one man's life forever.

Child of Night

The day the world ended was the day Joseph’s life began. The red light winked to life, bathing his room and entryway in its soft glow. Joseph blinked several times,[…]

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A woman dressed in white looks out the curtains dreaming of the future story of her life.

Sage’s Choice

Sebastian leaned back in the chair and threw his legs upon the corner the solid oak desk. Gray eyes watched his friend pace and fidget, worrying the hem of his[…]

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Image of a tent in the woods at night.

Lost and Found

Note to self; this is why you never go camping, hiking, backpacking, or anything else that could be classified under “outdoorsy”. You are a city boy. Accept it and move[…]

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Image of a birthday cake with the words happy birthday spelt out in candles.

Party of One

Jack woke to the birds singing outside his window. He stretched, arching his back, enjoying the sensation of muscles moving and pulling under his skin. He rolled his shoulders, opening[…]

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