Monthly Archives: August 2012

Complications – Part 6

Part 6 The commotion on the street is bringing people out onto their porches. “Someone please call 911!” I plead. I take off running again. Donna, her face twisted in rage, is brandishing the bloody knife in my direction as … Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers Photo Prompt – Misty

Heather can barely see her hand in front of her face as she crashes through the fog enshrouded woods behind her house and heads for the open field. She strains to hear the sounds of her pursuer. No longer able … Continue reading

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Complications – Part 5

Part 5 “You bastard, how could you do this to me? I can’t believe you slept with my sister,” Donna screams at me while she continues to chase me down the street. Jennifer, her sister, is still roaring with laughter … Continue reading

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Complications – Part 4

Part 4 Panting, blisters on both feet, I race down the street with Donna not far behind me. Minutes later her sister, Jennifer, joins into the fray. Both women are hot on my tail and they’re slowly gaining on me. … Continue reading

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Complications – Part 3

Part 3 The quickest exit would have been the back door, but it was blocked with an enraged, knife-wielding female. I turned and headed through the house to the front door hoping to beat my wife, before she took a … Continue reading

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