STORIES

 

For December, all the stories chosen had to riff off of Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol” and include at least one of the ghosts. “The True Meaning of Christmas Finds Frankie, or, I Know What You’re Thinking, Read It Anyway” does just that.  http://infectiveink.com/?p=2111

 

A flash fiction meditation on the folly of greed that appeared in A Long Story Short magazine.
A Long Story Short Magazine

A naive youth and a questionable old man meet in park in this meditation on the folly of greed. http://alongstoryshort.net/category/january2015/

For this issue, Ineffective Ink declared that all stories either begin or end with the sentence: "Asking for my money back was really a bad idea". See what path I chose at:
Ineffective Ink, a magazine of prompts and themes.

For this issue, Ineffective Ink declared that all stories either begin or end with the sentence: “Asking for my money back was really a terrible idea.” See what path I chose at: http://infectiveink.com/?p=1713

I've sent a number to this flash fiction site. All stories must be 500 words or less. So it will be over in a minute. But there will not be ice cream. You were lied to. Read them at:
I’ve sent a number to this flash fiction site. All stories must be 500 words or less. So take heart, it will all be over in a minute. But there will not be ice cream. You were lied to.

“The Typo”: A reporter follows up on a dead-end lead.  http://www.short-humour.org.uk/8writersshowcase/thetypo.htm

“Iron Age Warrior Remains Unearthed”: The fickleness of immortality examined at archaeological near-miss dig site. http://www.short-humour.org.uk/8writersshowcase/ironage.htm

“Godzilla Vs. Rodin”: The twin drives of creation and destruction played out by two of their greatest artists. http://www.short-humour.org.uk/8writersshowcase/godzilla.htm

“The Princess & The Peas”: The selection of a mate is a delicate thing. http://www.short-humour.org.uk/8writersshowcase/theprincess.htm

“Strange Rains #1”: The first of trilogy of stories based on real news reports of objects from the skies. Our reporter is on the scene. . . http://www.short-humour.org.uk/8writersshowcase/strangerains1.htm

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