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  • So much in this country gets moved by trucks. These truckers spend countless hours on the road. I often wonder where they are going.

    Long Haul Truckers

    Long Haul Truckers

    by Larry W Fish6

  • Charlie visits the wreck of an old city bus and relives its horrific last run. The memories are enough to drive a man mad.

    City Bus 352:  Flash Fiction by cam

    City Bus 352: Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills15

  • May 4, 1970. A 4-day struggle between war protesters and the National Guard came to a bloody end at Kent State University.Sharon & her boyfriend try to go on with life but that may not be an option.

    The Message: Historical Flash Fiction by cam

    The Message: Historical Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills10

  • In this short story, our protagonist encounters a swarm of migrating butterflies. After running for cover, the aftermath reveals beauty and death.

    Butterfly Clouds and Spring Fever

    Butterfly Clouds and Spring Fever

    by JourneyHolm6

  • At a time when women were not supposed to be independent and do as they wish, Beth, Meredith, and Anna are of a different breed, free spirits and far ahead of their time.

    Three Free Spirited Victorian Women

    Three Free Spirited Victorian Women

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns4

  • Learning the strategy of the enemy amidst the battle, King Jovinous and his Paladin guard turn to the western gate. Where the Satjon generals Saulis and Halduris have set in motion a secondary attack.

    Tales of TanCred; The Satjon Invasion (Part IV)

    Tales of TanCred; The Satjon Invasion (Part IV)

    by Ian Craig William Cameron0

  • It's been a part of my life for many years. Coffee. Now I feel bad for not acknowledging the value of coffee earlier. I'm sorry. If you are a coffee drinker, enjoy--your coffee and this narrative.

    Giving Belated Praise to My Black Coffee

    Giving Belated Praise to My Black Coffee

    by Kenneth Avery13

  • Love is the power from Almighty to humans. Love has the power to move boulders. Love can soften rocks too. Languages of love spoken, written and signalled shall be understood by us.

    The Lighted Window

    The Lighted Window

    by Sampad Bose17

  • Scott Branson is on a path to self-destruction, and Ellie will pay the price.

    Dear Ellie - Part 7

    Dear Ellie - Part 7

    by William Kovacic14

  • Ralph came over to Craig's house after work and told him about his date the night before. Most of Ralph's stories range from funny to unfortunate. This one was beyond unfortunate. Word Count 621.

    Breaking Social Norms: Comedy Flash Fiction

    Breaking Social Norms: Comedy Flash Fiction

    by Chris Mills18

  • Bobby Blank confronts a thick fog and believes he could catch it...if it only stopped moving. Here's a story of trying to reach something unattainable, yet discovering the fun of doing so.

    The Fable of the Boy and the Fog

    The Fable of the Boy and the Fog

    by Dean Traylor3

  • Take a walk with me into a world, hopefully, you will never experience, and share in the joy of discovery!

    The White Rose

    The White Rose

    by Bill Holland78

  • The following is part of a chapter from an uncompleted novel I begain about 15 years ago. It chronicles the life of young man trying to come to terms with the death of his first true love.

    The Amazing Amnesia Drink

    The Amazing Amnesia Drink

    by Larry Rankin24

  • This series of short stories concluded today. Part Two of the book will be published sometime towards the end of the summer. Thank you for riding along on this dark journey.

    Mary Had a Little Lamb: Chapter Ten

    Mary Had a Little Lamb: Chapter Ten

    by Bill Holland65

  • A Psychological Thriller/Horror Short Story I wrote about the occult, man's desire for absolute knowledge and emotional loss.

    Paragon of The Cursed Ones

    Paragon of The Cursed Ones

    by Armand Cruceru0

  • Written in cannibalistic fashion, this ode slowly reveals its underlying theme: a soft, limp noodle, lying prostrate on my plate.

    Ode to Pasta: Don't Think Me Cruel

    Ode to Pasta: Don't Think Me Cruel

    by JourneyHolm6

  • You know how you have a stretch when you can't sleep, so you walk to the park and stretch out on a bench to get some shut-eye? No? Well, this guy tried it, and it worked for him, sort of. Word Ct-649

    Vivid Dreams on a Park Bench: Flash Fiction by cam

    Vivid Dreams on a Park Bench: Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills16

  • Death would have been blessed if it was a double homicide where no one was guaranteed to survive. The bullets racing toward a vital organ and making the victim or victims collapse to the cement gaspin

    Death Wanted a Murder

    Death Wanted a Murder

    by Frank Atanacio22

  • A city in the turbulence of imperial transition, an army centered in an epic aftermath, a commander with a secretive agenda... the unthinkable about to be unleashed.

    The Element (Part I)

    The Element (Part I)

    by Michael-Duncan0

  • When the Expected becomes Unexpected and Romance Carries the Day - A short story of romantic intrigue, playfulness, and unbridled passion

    Snow, Romance, and the South of France

    Snow, Romance, and the South of France

    by Ralph Schwartz9

  • Lucifer, the great morning star has the power to save. Find out how he saved me.

    The Day Lucifer Saved Me

    The Day Lucifer Saved Me

    by Clive Williams8

  • Written by my mother during an air raid, in the shelter at Finsbury Square. Published in honour of her memory, for the centenary of her birth on 2nd August 1917.

    A Poem Penned in the London Blitz

    A Poem Penned in the London Blitz

    by Stella Kaye2

  • Ralph goes to the dentist and discovers a whole world of creepy crawly bacteria lurking, not only in his own mouth, but in the mouth of every woman he may kiss in the future. To kiss, or not to kiss?

    Potty Mouth: Comedy Flash Fiction by cam

    Potty Mouth: Comedy Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills28

  • A poem unleashing the depths of determination.

    Lion Hearted

    Lion Hearted

    by Dari Arrington2

  • ‘…It is downtrodden to sense the absence of a loved one for days even without your knowledge of their whereabouts. Whisky’s case is that of an apparent incident that 80% hint is been given on he's reality of non-living…’ Find out the fate of Whisky's absence.

    My Cousin Dog

    My Cousin Dog

    by Ebizimor Boloukie1

  • When morning prayers begin hopeful and confident we sometimes slip into anxiety and doubt as soon as difficulties arise. The practice of gratitude humbles us and makes our faith grow.

    Living a Life of Gratitude Grows Our Faith

    Living a Life of Gratitude Grows Our Faith

    by Lori Colbo14

  • The road is rough and full of peril. But Jake needs to go through it to get to his destination. However, an old man is in his way.

    A Road through the Forest: A Fable

    A Road through the Forest: A Fable

    by Dean Traylor2

  • Prayers of the saints rise to heaven for Thomas, who is in critical condition. Miracles abound for many.

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 19

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 19

    by Lori Colbo8

  • A twin hides a burning secret from her sister.

    Black Mirror

    Black Mirror

    by amareyes0

  • Boys grow into men. Not all of them learn the lessons of life correctly, but some cannot help but see life differently than others. The Deep South in the 60's.

    A Certain Place in the World

    A Certain Place in the World

    by Randy Godwin114

  • An story based on Jane Austen's decision to decline her only marriage proposal. Gain insight into Jane Austen's world, and the emotional turmoil she experienced during the 2-3 of December, 1802.

    Jane Austen - a Non-Conformist

    Jane Austen - a Non-Conformist

    by Zoe S1

  • A retired school teacher receives three visitations which were each the delivery of a morbid and horrifying object. When put together, they become the key to an even larger mystery. (Word count-)

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam, 3/3

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam, 3/3

    by Chris Mills31

  • Bosley was simply too thorough as an international bank accountant. He found a loose end, tied it up and wham, he's sitting on a log beside a campfire looking over his shoulder.

    No Reply:  Flash Fiction by cam

    No Reply: Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills15

  • It was on a cold Christmas Eve, immersed in a frosty fog, when Ebenezer Scrooge, with the help of a few ghosts, took a short journey through time. But he could not change anything...or could he?

    Scrooge, the Time Traveler

    Scrooge, the Time Traveler

    by Paul K Francis0

  • This is a short writing intended to be a helpful and informative view on the subject of pressure and the certain ways people approach pressure. Along with the learning of pressure info, a humorous character non-fictional story about a man and the cute mistaken identity that has now befallen him.

    Mistaken for Jesus? Now That's Pressure!

    Mistaken for Jesus? Now That's Pressure!

    by Scott Price1

  • Jeremy visits a natural hot spring on a mountaintop and leaves all his worries behind. But a mischevious gnome appears and spoils the heavenly bliss. Word count, 420 words.

    Mountaintop Gnome:  Horror Flash Fiction by cam

    Mountaintop Gnome: Horror Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills11

  • The note read: 2346 Carpenter Lane … I’ll be waiting for you … Come alone if you value your life … The Sparrow.

    Murder by the Written Word VIII

    Murder by the Written Word VIII

    by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2

  • Caring for one's possessions, especially if those things are part of your life sustaining occupation, is important. But when relationships are the topic, nurturing is indispensible.

    Nurture: A Reflective Essay by cam

    Nurture: A Reflective Essay by cam

    by Chris Mills15

  • Scott Branson is on a path to self-destruction, and Ellie will pay the price

    Dear Ellie - Part 9

    Dear Ellie - Part 9

    by William Kovacic12

  • "You know who I am. That is very unfortunate for you. Because I also know who you are and where you live. A word of caution—keep your nose out of the Andrews Estate affair."

    Murder by the Written Word III

    Murder by the Written Word III

    by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2

  • The memories of the murder he committed came rushing back like rats fleeing a basement after a pipe burst. He wanted to be judged by his peers and not by God. He wanted to be taken alive and he wanted

    Judged by His Peers and Not by God

    Judged by His Peers and Not by God

    by Frank Atanacio26

  • There are times this crazy world can lead you straight to a breakdown

    Breakdown Coming

    Breakdown Coming

    by Gypsy Rose Lee12

  • A prose on enduring love

    Ethos

    Ethos

    by Christa Canady0

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  • Sometimes, the only way one can recognize how beautiful day is to know it may be the last perfect day. Dave Faustino comes to this realization.

    The Last Perfect Day

    The Last Perfect Day

    by Dean Traylor0

  • There at the emergency room, they were told that the hospital policy accepted patients who were at least clinging to life. They were turned away and the flustered paramedics would mill over that de...

    The Paramedics

    The Paramedics

    by Frank Atanacio20

  • It is 2467. The space ship Tereshkova finds a planet with 21st century technology has interstellar capability. The crew is obliged to make contact.

    Earth Ship Tereshkova

    Earth Ship Tereshkova

    by Robert Sacchi18

  • The heavy set snitch said nothing as his dark face somehow reddened. Cruz drove up in down the street in cold silence. He figured he'd stay quiet for about an hour no matter what chubby does or says.

    A Paid Snitch

    A Paid Snitch

    by Frank Atanacio22

  • What if you could go to a Disney Park where rides, shows, dreams, and plans that were imagined and supposed to be in Disney Parks but never made it in, actually existed? Well you can! Step into the fictional theme park,Neverland where you can do just that and take a VIP tour of all it has to offer!

    Off to Neverland!- The Kingdom of Lost Worlds (Part 1)

    Off to Neverland!- The Kingdom of Lost Worlds (Part 1)

    by Ben Drummond0

  • A performer in the karaoke scene gets hit on by a youngster half her age because she encouraged him to perform a song and dance number for the sake of musical expression.

    I Don't Know How I Got Here

    I Don't Know How I Got Here

    by Alysia McAlister4

  • A Mother's Day poem, dedicated to my mom and all the other hard working mothers in the world who are more than just a mother, who have spent their lives tirelessly raising children, and who have given their bodies, hearts, and souls to making sure we are all alive today.

    Mother's Day Poem: My Mom is More Than Just a Mother

    Mother's Day Poem: My Mom is More Than Just a Mother

    by JourneyHolm6

  • A retired school teacher receives three visitations which were each the delivery of a morbid and horrifying object. When put together, they become the key to an even larger mystery. (Word count-956)

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam 1/3

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam 1/3

    by Chris Mills26

  • Calvin purchased a home and was making remodeling plans, beginning with the master bedroom. In that very room, fantasy and reality seemed to be converging to create a whole new world. But was it real?

    The Convergence:  Flash Fiction by cam

    The Convergence: Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills18

  • Scott Branson is on a path to self-destruction, and Ellie will pay the price.

    Dear Ellie - Part 1

    Dear Ellie - Part 1

    by William Kovacic20

  • Jenny wanted to have her first kiss with a boy of her choosing on her Birthday.

    Jenny and the First Kiss

    Jenny and the First Kiss

    by Michael Collins0

  • Cloe and Ivy have the same dream where the Spirit of God brings new life and purpose to them. Dr. Wong is deeply moved when they both share the dream with him.

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 8

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 8

    by Lori Colbo11

  • When flood of rain threatens to wash away her colony and queen, one brave ant risks her life to try and save it all. A short story revealing the perspective of ants and their life.

    Autumn Leaves None Behind

    Autumn Leaves None Behind

    by JourneyHolm6

  • Another Cub Reporter story by Scott Gese. Scott is assigned to come up with a story about Saragosa, a western cowboy town tourist attraction where he learns the hard way about whiskey in the old west.

    Cowboys, Whiskey, and the Saragosa Saloon

    Cowboys, Whiskey, and the Saragosa Saloon

    by Scott Gese6

  • A woman unwinds her mind to forget a lost love, a man lost at sea. Amnesia of the Future is a visit to some of Thich Nhat Hanh's writing as well as New-Age Medicine and witchery.

    Amensia of the Future

    Amensia of the Future

    by Tessa Buchin0

  • Sometimes in today's gritty reality Christmas may seem to have lost its magic. But good hearts can turn what seems to be a tragedy into a blessing; sometimes...with a little help.

    A Tale of Christmas Present

    A Tale of Christmas Present

    by Fredrick Vanek4

  • In school, we all get into strife occasionally, but it hurts more when you know you are innocent.

    Tap Tap Means Play the Record

    Tap Tap Means Play the Record

    by George Dimitriadis1

  • While soaking in a hot tub, a young woman struggles with self-love while contemplating a symbolic tattoo. The story is allegorically connected to the self-pollinating Chinese Orchid for a twist that brings growth.

    The Chinese Orchid - A Tattoo Story

    The Chinese Orchid - A Tattoo Story

    by Carla J Behr8

  • A cold breeze brushed past his face probably reminding him of how death would feel. He could almost see the darkness opening up the floor directly in front of him and inviting him in. Daring him to step closer and join the dead.

    A Dead Sleep...

    A Dead Sleep...

    by Frank Atanacio21

  • Do not judge a person as soon as you see them. There may be more going on in their life than you realize.

    No Jacket to Wear

    No Jacket to Wear

    by Larry W Fish10

  • Five years after being abducted from Earth and taken to Orbis, Christy has accepted the place and people, but Mark still longs for home. Mark discovers a way to escape, but can he go without her?

    The Long Way Home:  SciFi Flash Fiction by cam

    The Long Way Home: SciFi Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills23

  • The horror and dark memories of the last time he stood at the door came rushing back. It taunted with him as he screamed as loud as he could. The scream echoed off the emptiness inside and attacked hi

    His Panic Was Peeling Back

    His Panic Was Peeling Back

    by Frank Atanacio17

  • The adrenaline that held his body tight was wearing thin as he headed for a clearing in the brush. He dropped the body by his feet and snapped out a small shovel that was secured to his belt. He looke

    Louder, But Barely Audible

    Louder, But Barely Audible

    by Frank Atanacio29

  • This short story is an mashup alternative ending to the short stories No One’s a Mystery by Elizabeth Tallent and Teenage Wasteland by Anne Tyler, based on the song Carousel by Linkin Park.

    Can’t Get Off the Carousel: A Short Story

    Can’t Get Off the Carousel: A Short Story

    by Jennifer Wilber3

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  • Red has a job working construction in the Midwest. He has lived in a dominantly European American area all his life and has never seen any other races. Due to his small world he lives under a rock that consists of narrow minded point of views. His escapade with alcohol turns his life upside down.

    Big Red

    Big Red

    by April0

  • Everybody has a dream, but some dreams should never be realized…for the sake of humanity…and all the cats.

    A Dream, a Cat, a Baseball Bat

    A Dream, a Cat, a Baseball Bat

    by Dean Traylor2

  • A ghost rose and tried to keep the gray shadow away from the souls. The ghost fought the downpour as it pointed to the shadow. His finger was long, bony and crooked at every natural bend.

    A Ghost Rose...

    A Ghost Rose...

    by Frank Atanacio25

  • Scott Branson is on a path to self-destruction, and Ellie will pay the price.

    Dear Ellie - Part 6

    Dear Ellie - Part 6

    by William Kovacic16

  • This is a story I wrote to accompany a sketch my brother did. He's not yet read it. Hope he likes it!

    Forbidden Love - A Short Story

    Forbidden Love - A Short Story

    by Shauna L Bowling22

  • Graveyards are peaceful places to walk around. We read the grave stones and ponder what their story is.

    Graveyard Musings

    Graveyard Musings

    by Lori Colbo19

  • 'At a remote age in the heart of Italy, a fiery tragedy' was repeatedly enacted: thus wrote Frazer in the Golden Bough about the priesthood of Nemi. His words led to this tale.

    A Murderous Priesthood

    A Murderous Priesthood

    by John Paul Quester0

  • Every night Johnny went out looking for him, hoping to catch him alone and off his guard. Johnny owed him something - revenge and a slow death.

    Lord of the Hood, Gang Leader

    Lord of the Hood, Gang Leader

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns14

  • The mansion on the Andrew’s estate was in complete darkness except for a dim light that flickered in the attic.

    Murder by the Written Word II

    Murder by the Written Word II

    by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2

  • Good grammar and mathematics are not irreconcilable. A class learns this lesson in a most unexpected way.

    We Want to Learn English

    We Want to Learn English

    by George Dimitriadis1

  • My father died of pancreatic cancer when I was in middle school. The people around me didn't make it any easier by refusing to leave me alone. A short creative nonfiction piece.

    A Series of Unfortunate Experiences

    A Series of Unfortunate Experiences

    by Darcie Nadel0

  • The young dead black woman from the city projects was beaten and then raped. Her mother worked several jobs to pay the bills and save for her only daughter's college. Living in the housing projects wa

    Absolutely Irrational

    Absolutely Irrational

    by Frank Atanacio22

  • A good heart is not enough. Good intentions are not enough. Sometimes there is nothing that can be done that will turn out the way you want. Wisdom is the hard-won state of acceptance.

    A Ghost of Christmases Past

    A Ghost of Christmases Past

    by Fredrick Vanek1

  • You would think a quick trip to an old folks home would be easy wouldn't you? But sometimes things are not what they seem!

    Time after Time -  Flash Fiction

    Time after Time - Flash Fiction

    by Nell Rose50

  • The story is about a girl whose mother taught her how to believe in herself. Her mother, who always led by example, taught her why is it important to trust oneself always, in every situation.

    Trust Yourself, Believe in Yourself

    Trust Yourself, Believe in Yourself

    by Ashima0

  • Scott Branson is on a path to self-destruction, and Ellie will pay the price

    Dear Ellie - Part 10

    Dear Ellie - Part 10

    by William Kovacic12

  • The emotive crest of a man contemplating suicide came in cold moments. Curtis had a pistol on the dresser with only one bullet in the chamber. It was all he needed....

    Ten Seconds of Silence

    Ten Seconds of Silence

    by Frank Atanacio19

  • Writers can be quite evil when they ought to. Come join this tale about a few writers who changed into something evil.

    The Writer Murders

    The Writer Murders

    by Clive Williams6

  • This is a little piece of nonsense that came to me as I was sorting socks. It was inspired by the same problem at our house. This flash fiction is suitable for children.

    Flash Fiction: Good Socks go to Heaven

    Flash Fiction: Good Socks go to Heaven

    by Doris James-MizBejabbers43

  • Today was her wedding day yet the scene she was witnessing was a scene she loathed seeing. There she was and she was like a witch with her blood red lips and red polished pointed nails. And she felt that raw pain again starting to sprout. Will she never leave her in peace?

    The Wedding: A Short Story by Felisa Daskeo

    The Wedding: A Short Story by Felisa Daskeo

    by Felisa Daskeo0

  • Almost all human interaction involves the use of promises and lies at some level. Many people make promises but not all intend to keep them. It is quite a skill to seperate the truth from lies.

    Promises and Lies - Poetry Telling It Like It Is

    Promises and Lies - Poetry Telling It Like It Is

    by John Hansen48

  • According to Luke 15, there are four lost things and people. However, people often count only three of them. READ this article to see that you, too, could be lost.

    4 Things Pastors Should Learn from Luke 15

    4 Things Pastors Should Learn from Luke 15

    by Margaret Minnicks2

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  • An invisible king, a princess, a well and ravens - a modern fairy tale by Eva Weggelaar

    The Wandering King

    The Wandering King

    by Eva Weggelaar1

  • Pushing through the flames one body at a time he knew that the destruction of human life would be minimal. That was his plan, that was his goal.

    Obliterated

    Obliterated

    by Frank Atanacio23

  • What if the Emerods were real? (Short Story of Biblical proportions.)

    The Emerods

    The Emerods

    by Jack Shorebird1

  • Three were chosen. Their task was to watch the cemetery and signal the vampire population should the fateful day come that would release a terror such as the world had never seen. (word count 1510)

    The Watchers: Short Story, Part Three

    The Watchers: Short Story, Part Three

    by Chris Mills8

  • 666 at 3Am. Will you invite the devil in or are you just wasting sleep. This is my story of shouting 666 at 3 am .

    Saying 666 at 3:00AM

    Saying 666 at 3:00AM

    by Clive Williams10

  • He would laugh and throw his head back like he forgot that Emily had died twenty years ago. He kissed the broom and he pushed the imaginary hair out of Emily's face which was sweaty from the dancing.

    The Suicide Note

    The Suicide Note

    by Frank Atanacio23

  • This is the heartbreaking story of a psychiatric patient from the careless days of electroconvulsive therapy which was used, quite often it seems, as a means of behavior control in mental hospitals.

    Listen: Historical Flash Fiction by cam

    Listen: Historical Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills16

  • My first Western short story. A great big tip of the Stetson to Jason Whitman for allowing me to use his excellent photo. Jason Whitman Photography

    Roland, A Short Story

    Roland, A Short Story

    by Ronnie Sowell10

  • After a month and a half of tormenting grief and despondency, Ivy shakes her fist at God and turns a corner. Dr. Wong himself is depressed, alarming his family. He pays a special visit to the chapel.

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 11

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 11

    by Lori Colbo11

  • Felipe had a calling, but his current employment prevents him from getting it. That is until he turns a potential accident into a spectacle.

    The Gymnast in Waiting

    The Gymnast in Waiting

    by Dean Traylor1

  • This piece is dedicated to the victims, survivors, friends and families of those involved in the Humboldt bus accident that was occurred on April 6, 2018 while carrying the Humboldt Broncos hockey team to game 5 in the playoff series. With all due love and respect. RIP to those lost.

    As Canada Weeps: The Humboldt Tragedy

    As Canada Weeps: The Humboldt Tragedy

    by Amber Slater2

  • In this short story, a barista admits a very troubling first day on the job, to say the least. Action rises quickly. Near the end, her end, she is fired. Pun intended.

    Hasta la Barista, Baby

    Hasta la Barista, Baby

    by JourneyHolm4

  • A prose poem with some images included. I hope you like it.

    Beautiful Things

    Beautiful Things

    by Finn Liam Cooper7

  • An old man spends his days shuffling around the city in search of the lost wealth of her citizens. For 30 years, he had persistently sought and found the lost coins, but for what purpose? (1260 words)

    A Matter of Interest: A Short Story by cam

    A Matter of Interest: A Short Story by cam

    by Chris Mills24

  • A Cub Reporter story. Cub reporter Scott, is assigned to go on a cattle drive at the Saragosa Dude Ranch. It's a humorous tale as the "Dudes" interact with the ranch hands.

    Saragosa Dude Ranch: The Crazy Cattle Drive

    Saragosa Dude Ranch: The Crazy Cattle Drive

    by Scott Gese2

  • How do we look back on things in our life that stand out. The way we treated people who are no longer with us? Is is with regret or can we truly say we did the best we knew how?

    Aunt Bessie and Cousin Eugene - Kindred Spirits

    Aunt Bessie and Cousin Eugene - Kindred Spirits

    by Jackie Lynnley34

  • Sometimes, many times, it is those colorful, unusual people who pass through our lives who we remember the most.

    "Grady," the Gridiron Guru

    "Grady," the Gridiron Guru

    by Kenneth Avery2

  • A retired school teacher receives three visitations which were each the delivery of a morbid and horrifying object. When put together, they become the key to an even larger mystery. (Word count-1249)

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam, 2/3

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam, 2/3

    by Chris Mills19

  • Amazing things are happening for Ivy now that her cousin James and Aunt Gwen are by her side and participating in her recovery. Thomas Gimmler seeks to rebuild his life, beginning with his marriage.

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 14

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 14

    by Lori Colbo5

  • A short story about a girl and her worst nightmare coming true.

    Ophelia's Letters

    Ophelia's Letters

    by Miya Jordan0

  • The Unhappy Princess A long time ago, in a land no longer remembered, there was a kingdom in which lived the saddest princess in all the world. Why was she so unhappy? Well, I'll tell you, but you may be surprised to hear it, for her sadness...

    Stories for Children

    Stories for Children

    by Richard Parr8

  • Love lived lucidly in lavish and lovely linguistic livery laced with luminous little litanies ...

    A Different Love Story

    A Different Love Story

    by Ram Ramakrishnan1

  • How could something so beautiful be fooled by a simple flame? It will flutter and struggle, and in the end die from its fascination with something it will never have.

    Spellbound, like a Moth to a Flame.

    Spellbound, like a Moth to a Flame.

    by Augustine A Zavala2

  • Out of a childhood that experienced trauma, I finally found a peace, a forever resting place.

    When I Stood Alone: A Poem

    When I Stood Alone: A Poem

    by Lori Colbo27

  • Thomas Gimmler is attacked by friend Murray Stricklen, and the ensuing fight leaves Stricklen seriously injured. Stricken by what his life has become, Thomas goes to the chapel seeking solace.

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 13

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 13

    by Lori Colbo7

  • Sam and Hene got to the farm for a Police interview, and got more than they bargained for, but things aren't over, the Drug barons are out for revenge, and someone's in their sights!

    Scorpion's Reach, 'Ambush'

    Scorpion's Reach, 'Ambush'

    by Lawrence Hebb15

  • This is an attempt to write flash fiction....except it is non-fiction. It is a true story from my childhood

    The Rolling Stone Game

    The Rolling Stone Game

    by jimmar1

  • Savannah Georgia has always been a place of mystery and beauty. What better place for a tale of restless spirits and magic. Music is timeless and rife with memories, as you will soon see.

    Spirit Of Old Savannah

    Spirit Of Old Savannah

    by Randy Godwin64

  • Ivy's life was as cruel as the storm. She didn't ask for that to come but fate was not so kind to her. There were so many things that she was asking herself. What fault had she done to be in this situation?

    The Storm: A Short Story by Felisa Daskeo

    The Storm: A Short Story by Felisa Daskeo

    by Felisa Daskeo0

  • A poem about a lady who finds herself in relationships with several men at once hence the " Love Hexagon"

    Love Hexagon

    Love Hexagon

    by Mary Florence2

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