Tag: dark

Flash Fiction: Blood and Tears

This story was written for Microcosms (where your story must be 300 words or less) and my prompts were “guard”, “exhibition hall” and “crime”. Blood and Tears They had always said that my blood wasn’t pure enough to work here, that the gods would… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: Blood and Tears”

Flash Fiction: Danse Macabre

Written for Microcosms (for which you have a maximum of 300 words), the prompts for this piece was “isolated teen”, “ball”, “sci-fi”. Danse Macabre Lights flickered on in the empty hall. Old Classical music started playing as couples entered through the large doors. Long… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: Danse Macabre”

Flash Fiction: The Exorcism of CJ

“The Exorcism of CJ” was written for last week’s Microcosms competition. The elements I had to work with, were: exorcist, rural town, sci-fi. The Exorcism of CJ The exorcist arrived two hours late. “You know how they are,” Josephine said, wiping her hands on… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: The Exorcism of CJ”

Flash Fiction: The Nightmare

Glass tubes filled with green fluid wound their way over the workbench like branches of ivy. Here and there beakers stood above blue flames, their contents boiling. At another table the creator stood crouched above his humanoid creation with a wooden face carved in… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: The Nightmare”