Tag Archive: #shortstory

Friday Fictioneers: Ghosts

“Don’t go there.” “It’s condemned. You don’t want to fall through the floor and break leg.” “It’s haunted. Ghosts will get you.” Words JD had heard all his life. Now that he was… Continue reading

Destiny: One Story’s Evolution

My Haunted Bed & Breakfast started as a 500-word short story titled “Just Like Me.” Originally, the story started with her looking for an adventure and found a haunted house. I decided to… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Trading Dreams

Leaning against the windowsill, she watched the full moon. She’d been dreaming about fairies. Dreams inspired by her grandmother’s stories. Which made her wonder, what would it be like have wings and fly… Continue reading

Guest Blogger: Sona Grover

It is said, show a photograph to a group of people and you’ll get a description from each person that is so different it would seem that they were not looking at the… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Sleepy Town

“Hey, Old Man, haven’t seen you in a while.” The old man scratched his head. “You look confused, something wrong?” “Well, it’s just that I don’t remember any of this. I remember a… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: Honor the Gods

“Snortgrass.” “Snortcloud.” “Snortgrass is funnier.” “Stop it.” “Must have an awfully big nose to snort clouds.” “I don’t understand.” “Neither do I.” “Why bowls of plants?” “To honor him.” “It would be easier… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Revenge

After six years, he married someone else who he’d known for only a few months. She was younger, heavier, less than average. But she was perfect, or so he said. I ran into… Continue reading

Remembering My Character’s Name

I wrote a short story for Friday Fictioneers: Rainforest. The story is about a human and elf, Ronny and Elilaph. Ronny is a character in my next up coming book, My Haunted Bed… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Tea Party

I remember two kinds of parties. One party everyone is dressed in white and so proper with their teacups and their teacakes, and a violin playing in the background. The other party has… Continue reading

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