We had an earthquake the night before Christmas, which of course is great cause for writing a poem based on an old favorite. : )
Hile, inklings! Today I bring you my latest entry for author Chuck Wendig’s December Flash Fiction Challenge. Cats on a spaceship! What could go wrong?
Okay. OKAY. I know I said not all of my three-sentence fic would be horror. But I can’t help it! These three-sentence stories just lend themselves so ridiculously well to the genre! Like pumpkins to jack-o’-lanterns. Or cats to patches of sunlight. Or pancreatic juices into duodenums. Duodena. Whatever. Anyway. Here’s another three-sentence story. @BenHoward87 …
Here is the recipe for cranberry salsa that I make every holiday season. It’s my most-often requested dish. It’s…my only requested dish….
I repurposed a Thanksgiving pumpkin and painted it for Christmas! Yay art. : )
Another entry for author Chuck Wendig’s December Flash Fiction Challenge! This week’s story is witches, priests, reanimated mutant skeletons, and a mysterious figure in purple. Come and read!
This is my entry for Part 2 of Chuck Wendig’s December flash fiction challenge. We’ve got a short story about a vampire with a stalker!
This post is my entry into author Chuck Wendig’s latest flash fiction challenge. Come and read!
This is my second attempt at writing a short story in three sentences. Please to enjoy!
Ennui, killing off characters, angsty writer panic, and getting naked.