Category Archives: Flash Fiction

Comfort Food

Charli Mills’ May 4th Flash Fiction Challenge was to write a story in 99 words (no more, no less) about comfort food. How can this familiarity influence a story or character? Is it something unusual like Twinkies from the 1970’s? Or … Continue reading

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The Hope Chest

Martha side-steps her way past the busy work tables toward the back of the wood-shop. “Tom, where are you? Tom!”    “Mom, you’re early.”   “I know, but we gotta go. Pew, it smells in here,” says Martha brushing sawdust … Continue reading

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