Our Human Secret – Flash Fiction

Our Human Secret – Flash Fiction

Number Eight didn’t know it, but I knew she wasn’t an Android. I don’t blame her. I’m no Robot either. The Masterson’s only bought me believing I was an Android. I’ve been lying to them since. Understand this: it was a matter of air...
An Unexpected Death | Flash Fiction

An Unexpected Death | Flash Fiction

I was this close to falling asleep, when my sheets were ripped away. I thought I was going to die of cold shock. The cracking of naked knuckle bones broke the silence, and a long, white finger speared out of the dark. It stopped an inch from my nose....
The Vast Size of Old Age (Flash Fiction

The Vast Size of Old Age (Flash Fiction

The girl with the flower tied to her back was called Amber. She rode a speckled grey mare through the forests of grain, the flower’s white petals lapping at her shoulder with every stride. Dirt furrows rose and fell like foothills, and the forest of grain never...
Short Fiction – “Selfless”

Short Fiction – “Selfless”

  Stop everything. Within forty-eight millionths of a second, the world locked in place. I couldn’t lift my arms, nor move my lips. Drops of rain came to a halt, some frozen in the air above my windshield, some exploding like crystal flowers against the glass....
The Man with the Golden Pun

The Man with the Golden Pun

A drop of sweat rolled down his forehead, and slid into his eyes. It stung. Mr. Blond sucked in his breath. He turned his head away, making a clandestine attempt to wipe away the sweat before the Judges noticed. One of the judges cleared her throat, “Something...