Bad Hacker: Micro Fiction 100 words

He pushes my head down, my neck bends awkwardly sending sharp pains down my back. Lights flash. It’s happening. I hacked a wrong move this time. “Watch yourself,” he grunts. If I were watching myself I wouldn’t be here. Maybe I deserve this. How could that be though? Does anyone ask to be manhandled and... Continue Reading →

Cafe Lizard: Flash Fiction Ghost Story

It was a hot summer. Rust-colored rocks and dirt met dark green cactuses and brush. Sal’s staff enjoyed the lull in customers and prepared for dinner “Cheryl, get over here and look at this!” Beth waved the fellow waitress over and pulled a scarf from her head, letting curly white hair spring free. “What is... Continue Reading →

NYC Midnight Challenge: Prompt 1

I'm already stressing out over the first prompt for the writing challenge. Genre: Horror Location: A Hill Object: A Map They describe Horror which is helpful. Here is the description: Horror A story intended to provoke an emotional, psychological, or physical fear response in the audience. Horror stories frequently contain supernatural elements, though not always,... Continue Reading →

Anxiety or Just Normal

Am I being anxious or is this how normal people feel? This is a question I ask myself every day. Different circumstances call for different answers, but it’s not always black and white. The amount of gray area coming into play is significant. It wasn’t very long ago that I discovered my anxiety leaks out... Continue Reading →

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