Entry to Cracked Flash Fiction on the 15th of July 2017. (262 words) SANITY IN THE 21st CENTURY “When we’re done with this whole… ah… ritual, I want my sanity back. Then, I can go back to my normal life.” Erlinda cackled. “You are truly crazy.” “What’s so funny? And why do you say I’m…… Continue reading Sanity in the 21st Century
Entry to Cracked Flash Fiction on the 24th of June 2017. Prompt: “Why aren’t you obeying the laws of physics?” (261 words) WICKED “Why aren’t you obeying the laws of physics?” he demanded, finally addressing me. I realized a few blocks ago that he was following me but I played it cool. I stopped…… Continue reading Wicked
It was fate. I knew it was possible for a brief moment to change the course of one’s life. I just didn’t think that Paris would change me that way. It’s meant to be the most romantic city in the world. Wonderful memories to cherish forever were created in France. That was the plan.
This was my entry to Cracked Flash Fiction on the 17th of June 2017. There were only four entrants that week so the judge picked one winner (not me but the stories were great so I don’t feel bad) and she was able to give us all feedback. Here’s what she said about my story:…… Continue reading By the river
In my quest to just keep writing, I do my best to write at least one flash fiction a week. Even when I find too lost to submit an entry for Microcosms, I write for Cracked Flash Fiction. Not all my flash fictions make me feel good about being a writer but I think it’s…… Continue reading The Spell
I had every intention of writing a flash fiction for last Friday’s Microcosms. However, time wasn’t on my side. I did write a story but it went way over the 300-word limit. Title: The day we met at the airport Word count: 528 words Character: Reporter Setting: Airport Genre: Memoir This is my first time…… Continue reading The day we met at the airport
‘If only for today’ was my entry to last week’s challenge over at Microcosms. Do visit the site and there you’ll find all the great entries from truly terrific writers. I feel like I’m one of them. Judge’s favorite line: “Like I didn’t know he was a weak swimmer.” Judge’s feedback, which for me says…… Continue reading If only for today