The Christmas Three

Kaitlin sat in the den, leafing through a magazine, dressed in the red lace teddy she favored for first-timers. She wore matching red pumps, the low ones, so he wouldn’t feel intimidated by her height. She glanced at the clock hanging above the gas fireplace. He was late. She sighed, closed the magazine, and stood. […]

Silver Dollar Returns

This week’s theme for Flash Fiction Friday was very enticing: the wild west. Land of gold rushers, robbers, gunslingers and cattle drives. I have wanted to do a western story for a long time, but for some reason, I kept putting it off. Now, there was no way I could pass on this opportunity. So I […]

Spill It

AUTHOR’S NOTE: for this week’s installment of Flash Fiction Friday, we had to write a story comprised solely of dialogue. So much fun! I love these types of stories. A very interesting challenge in which my innermost Tarantino steps into the spotlight. Enjoy! So, Mike Walls. That’s quite the rap sheet. We should give you […]

Birth of a Cool Love

AUTHOR’S NOTE: Here’s another foray into the wonderful world of flash fiction. Up at Flash Fiction Friday, this week’s theme was: You arrange for a weekend getaway at a friend’s cabin in the country, but Mother Nature decides to extend your stay with a blizzard. You’re trapped. Tell us what happens.  So, without further ado… enjoy! […]

Faded Glory

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is my first entry for the Flash Fiction Friday operation. I’d been meaning to take part in this for a while now, and this week’s theme – Thanksgiving – struck a cord. Inspiration came pretty easy for this one. Hope you enjoy it. All comments welcome. Many thanks to all involved with FFF. […]