blackwicks
In: Flash Fiction 5 reviews
Two characters go to lunch.
creagcridhe
In: Flash Fiction 4 reviews
What I want to do with my flash fiction is with as few words possible make the most emotional impact on the reader. I choose techniques to draw in the reader as quickly as possible, rip the soul from
lgarano
In: Flash Fiction 5 reviews
This is a rough draft of a short short story I'm working on. Feedback appreciated.
Cam_petrie
In: Flash Fiction 5 reviews
New world future where "eco-threats" must be destroyed.
Einherjar
In: Flash Fiction 8 reviews
This is my best current stab at the flash fiction format. It is set in the nearish future, on the west coast of what was America.
NicoBell
In: Flash Fiction 7 reviews
Recently divorced, Mona longs for adventure in the Las Vegas. But after entering a contest to marry Elvis Presley, she finds out she's gotten more than she bargained for.
J. L.
In: Flash Fiction 7 reviews
This is a story about a girl's disconnection from those around her while living in a haze of pharmaceuticals.
mark william mills
In: Flash Fiction 8 reviews
A woman makes friends with a thing she should have ignored.
Sheri Attani Ro...
In: Flash Fiction 4 reviews
Sanders is a demon hunter with some demons of his own.
Ralph Stefan
In: Flash Fiction 10 reviews
Watch what you post on Facebook kids.
mscherer
In: Flash Fiction 4 reviews
The search for a man in the God-forsaken back country of Oklahoma.
Yegwen
In: Flash Fiction 8 reviews
Since this is flash fiction I'd rather the text speak for itself.
Kat Gardiner
In: Flash Fiction 9 reviews
A snapshot from a young woman's life in the year after she moved to a small town to open an all ages venue and coffee shop with her husband. Set in the Pacific Northwest in 2007
Ralph Stefan
In: Flash Fiction 4 reviews
Astrophysicists and Google give the protagonist more than he can bargain for.
hayjitter
In: Flash Fiction 5 reviews
A young woman realizes that the magic of requited love does not last forever.
Dwayne
In: Flash Fiction 6 reviews
A man reads a social media post from an old crush. As flash fiction, it isn't meant to get much longer.
Ralph Stefan
In: Flash Fiction 5 reviews
In a world gone insane, a man gets a message.
Austin James
In: Flash Fiction 5 reviews
Revised and resubmitted.
laurieberke
In: Flash Fiction 4 reviews
It's the story about how abuse spreads from the roots through the stem, and eventually flowers in a young family, and takes place right before y2k.
Bellbird
In: Flash Fiction 9 reviews
When Ruth suggests a retirement home, Jack seeks a way out.
Austin James
In: Flash Fiction 6 reviews
A few of the many challenges in raising young children.
C. T. Puckett
In: Flash Fiction 6 reviews
Your phone's dead, you're on a train and you need to make a call. For some, this is easy, for Mr. Manner, not so much.
Dorothy Rice
In: Flash Fiction 5 reviews
Three flash fiction pieces. Ideally can be read as separate or linked.
Dorothy Rice
In: Flash Fiction 9 reviews
Flash fiction, just under 1000 words. Old home movies bring back difficult memories for a mother, reveal the past in a new way for the daughter.
laurieberke
In: Flash Fiction 6 reviews
A dysfunctional marriage comes to a dystopian ending