An Average Day in the Life of Matt Summers – Flash Fiction

Matt Summers lived in an average house on an average street where nothing ever happened. His mother would wake him by opening his curtains, allowing the light to stream in. Only today, his mother snapped them shut shortly after opening them. "Wha's going on?" asked a bleary-eyed Matt. "Oh nothing," said his mother. "I just … Continue reading An Average Day in the Life of Matt Summers – Flash Fiction

If you give your husband a truck…

If you give your husband a truck (or SUV with 4 wheel drive), he's going to want to take it off-roading. When he looks for places to go off-roading, he's going to locate an accessible beach. He'll want to spend the whole weekend there, so he'll want to invite his friends. He'll call them all … Continue reading If you give your husband a truck…

Batman’s greatest challenge yet – a tru-ish story

Gotham city lay quiet. It had been weeks since the Joker had shown his bright green hair or pale white face. The flu virus going around must have taken him out too. Alfred pulled the curtains open. "Good day Master Bruce." I grimaced as my eyes adjusted to the daylight cutting through my room. The … Continue reading Batman’s greatest challenge yet – a tru-ish story

One super serious, yet totally fictitious performance review – featuring Uncertain Faith’s Charlotte Row

May include spoilers. My office door opens and a woman with curly brown hair peeks in. "Um, are you ready for me?" she asks with a smile. Not waiting for a reply, she crosses the threshold, with the familiarity of an old friend. "Hi Charlotte, come right in." I gesture for her to close the … Continue reading One super serious, yet totally fictitious performance review – featuring Uncertain Faith’s Charlotte Row

#ShortStory Saturday’s Flash Fiction Fun with The Writer’s Toolbox – Part Eight

I love to use The Writer's Toolbox (affiliate link) and its creative games, even if they always cause me to end on a cliff-hanger. Unfortunately, all games must come to an end. While I may choose to revisit these characters one day and continue their story, the following is a conclusion to this particular series. Once again … Continue reading #ShortStory Saturday’s Flash Fiction Fun with The Writer’s Toolbox – Part Eight