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Tag Archives: Flash Fiction
Three Floors Up By Teresa Dean Smeigh Copyright September 6, 2015 Mrs. Scully was outside. She heard a scuffling noise above her. Wondering what was going on she backed up so she could look at the front of the building. … Continue reading
Inspiration Monday Phrase Prompt Swift Justice By Teresa Dean Smeigh Copyright September 4, 2015 I shoved the letter from Jennifer into my secret hiding place moments before my wife entered the boathouse. “Was there any mail today? I’m expecting … Continue reading
The Lottery Ticket By Teresa Dean Smeigh The wind whistled loudly down the alley and Tim Ryan tried unsuccessfully to turn up his collar to protect his neck and ears. He should have dressed warmer. He didn’t even have gloves … Continue reading
The Locomotive Written by Teresa Dean Smeigh Copyright September 2, 2015 153 words Matilda smoothed her dress down as she heard the locomotive approaching. She was here to surprise her husband, Douglas. As the train pulled into … Continue reading
The Cemetery By Teresa Dean Smeigh Copyright August 31, 2015 “The cemetery spread along the area known as Devils Abode.” Shawna and Lucas spent many happy afternoons here reading the tombstones and guessing at what they couldn’t. They … Continue reading
The Ceremony By Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright August 2015 “The ceremony is about to start. Places everyone, but watch your step. There is a hole in the floor. A nasty fall could incur.” The people shuffled about for places. Watching … Continue reading
Light and Shade Challenge The quotation is: Hindsight is 20/20* ______________________________________ Hindsight is 20/20 written by Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright August 2015 Jack and Jill both quit school. Neither thought they’d be a fool. Jill became a mother soon … Continue reading
_____________________________________________ THE GYM By Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright August 2015 100 words The gym I worked in had lots of loose equipment which they preferred to leave out in racks during the day and just pickup and put in the … Continue reading
FFfAW-Week of 08-25-2015 28th Challenge for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers This week’s photo prompt is provided by Dawn M. Miller. _____________________________________________________ The Scavenger Hunt By Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright August 2015 “Susan, you are going on a scavenger hunt. … Continue reading
The prompt phrases for this week are: Sparkling Coyote Nightmare in Blue Necromance Comedy Cold Fingers Unanswered Knock Sparkling Coyote Written by Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright August 2015 Sparkling Coyote Nightmare in blue shiny silk Knocked hard at the door. … Continue reading
______________________________________________ The Watch Written by Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright August 2015 The watch was different. intriguing to the two boys. They snuck it out of Ronald’s mom’s bedroom while she was showering and then out of the house to inspect … Continue reading
The Storm Written by Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright August 2015 The storm that hit the city that year only knocked down one building partially. Ours, but enough that we had to relocate to an area that was even worse … Continue reading