Today’s flash fic is going to be an excerpt from a potential future story that’s kind of a retelling/sequel to Hansel & Gretel: Three children set out to find their father, who disappeared 2 years before. Along the way, they meet a hobgoblin who agrees to help them.Continue reading “Hobgoblin”
(For character descriptions, click here) (But I still have some description in here)
Federal Way, Washington, 1990s — Heather Robinson hummed to herself while she flipped the pancakes on the griddle. A pair of arms snaked around her waist a few seconds later and she tilted her head up, sea-green eyes meeting her husband’s amber ones.Continue reading “Family Fluff”
Concord, New Hampshire, 1860 — “Zeke?” Nineteen-year-old Alice Smith picked up her lavender skirt and hopped over a fallen log. “Zeke, are you here?”Continue reading “Before The Storm”
(Props to a younger sibling for the title)
Tacoma, Washington, 2006 — Three heads with messy brown hair, black curls, and red waves poked up from behind the arm of a dark purple couch. Jade green, hickory brown, and amber eyes all trained on one thing:Continue reading “The Legend of The Dragon”
1986 — Seven-year-old Connor hesitantly tiptoed down the dark hall to his foster parents’ room, shaking.
Last week, I got wind of a short story contest Kellyn Roth is hosting to celebrate reaching 1k followers and decided to participate! If you’d like to do it too, the deadline/rules are here.Continue reading “1K Story Challenge: Reunion At Gettysburg”
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 2021 — Eight-year-old Natalie Robinson cautiously approached the other side of the room, even though her older sister wasn’t there.
Chicago, Illinois, 2006 – “Kelly?” Connor poked his head into the darkened hospital room, light brown eyes scanning it and landing on the bed. “Hon? Are you awake?”