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Tag Archives: short fiction
partners in crime. “Thanks for coming.” “You know I’m always here for you.” “But this… it’s asking a lot.” “I know you’d do the same for me. Now, come on. Help me get this into the hole.” “Are we good?” … Continue reading
She removed every last stitch of clothing from her body and pulled on his shirt. She felt surrounded by him. Pausing for a moment, her eyes fell to her toothbrush standing in the glass by the sink. Beside his. There … Continue reading
So sorry I haven’t been keeping up with my fiction friday posts… I guess I’ve had a lot on my mind. Too much. Too much reality, anyway. So here’s a little something… (very little…) She slowly ran a finger over … Continue reading
A scene adapted from yet another of my much longer pieces… one that has no end. It may never end… I don’t think I want it to. It’s my escape…
A little piece of a little piece posted last April. Taken from a longer story I originally wrote in 2002.
I never posted a ‘fiction friday’ last week… so I’ve been feeling a bit guilty for that. I hate when I miss them. This was previously posted last February. I think it will be new to many of you… unless … Continue reading
This is a repost from November 2015. This was adapted from a short story I wrote about 15 years ago. Her shoulders rose and fell with her sigh. She knew he was there. She could feel his heart pounding the … Continue reading