flash fiction, Genre - Fantasy, Genre - Fiction, Genre - General, Genre - Mystery, Rating - 12, Teacup & 100 Words, Teacup stories, writing

Flash Fiction – End of Times (A Teacup Story)

Bethes sighed as he breathed in the steam from the bowl in front of him. Every time he said it would be the last time, but then it happened again. And again. And again. Bethes could feel the steam do its work as it spread through his airways, and then seeped into his bloodstream. The… Continue reading Flash Fiction – End of Times (A Teacup Story)

flash fiction, Genre - Angst, Genre - Fantasy, Genre - Fiction, Genre - Romance, Rating - 12, Teacup & 100 Words, Teacup stories, writing

Flash Fiction – Burning Red (A Teacup Story)

Suzza sat on her bed, surrounded by the ripped pieces of her letters. Each one had contained the years of heartache and love that she had poured into her relationship with Netr. Before she had joined the Tombhunters, before when he had promised that she was his only and that she had his heart. And… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Burning Red (A Teacup Story)

flash fiction, Genre - Angst, Genre - Free Writing, Genre - General, Rating - PG, Teacup & 100 Words, Teacup stories, writing

Flash Fiction – Sometimes (A Teacup Story)

Sometimes it’s not even the memory that catches you, but the lack of one. The moment you sit, in a moment, and breathe it in. And you realise how different now is to then, and what now means to you. It’s a mirror, that moment that you see sometimes. A mirror that looks at your… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Sometimes (A Teacup Story)

flash fiction, Genre - Adventure, Genre - Fiction, Genre - Sci Fi, Rating - 15, Teacup & 100 Words, Teacup stories, writing

Flash Fiction – 22:05 (A Teacup Story)

22:05 The clock flashes the time at you next to your bed. You try and sleep. You really try. But you cannot help but recall the day that has gone before. You hate it. You hate yourself. You shut your eyes. Sleep does not come. 23:25 You awake, screaming. This is normal, for you. It’s… Continue reading Flash Fiction – 22:05 (A Teacup Story)

Genre, Genre - Adventure, Genre - Fantasy, Genre - Fiction, Genre - Mystery, Rating - 15, Teacup & 100 Words, Teacup stories, writing

Flash Fiction – Exhaustion (A Teacup Story)

“GET UP!” The Commander’s voice boomed through the barracks, “IT’S TESTING DAY!” Ethye groaned, pulling the covers over her head. Her body ached from yesterday’s practice time trial, her head burned with the alcohol they had drunk afterwards, and her whole sense of self was screaming to stay in the bed. The door to the… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Exhaustion (A Teacup Story)

flash fiction, Genre - Adventure, Genre - Fantasy, Genre - Fiction, Rating - PG, Teacup & 100 Words, Teacup stories, writing

Flash Fiction – Futility of Wishes (A Teacup Story)

Leaneé kicked her heels on the edge of the wall, watching the city rumble below her. Night was already falling over the City of Katrough, taking with it the warm red of the day sky and replacing it with the gentle purple hue of the night sky. Against the city lights below, Leaneé couldn’t see… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Futility of Wishes (A Teacup Story)

flash fiction, Genre - Free Writing, Genre - General, Rating - PG, Teacup & 100 Words, Teacup stories, writing

Flash Fiction – Good Luck (A Teacup Story)

Let me tell you a secret. Come close. No, closer still. You know, there are some people in the world who don’t get stressed? I mean, they get stressed, but not like you or I. Their stress does not consume them whole from the inside out, burning up until you cannot focus on anything apart… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Good Luck (A Teacup Story)

flash fiction, Genre - Fantasy, Genre - Fiction, Rating - 12, Teacup & 100 Words, Teacup stories, writing

Flash Fiction – Dawning Realisation (A Teacup Story)

Penrif sighed into his hands. There was simply no other way. He had spent the entire night trying to find another way. But no matter how he looked at it, whichever way he cut it, it was just not going to end well. They’d want his feedback in the morning meeting. The admirals and the… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Dawning Realisation (A Teacup Story)

flash fiction, Genre - Fantasy, Rating - PG, Teacup & 100 Words, Teacup stories, writing

Flash Fiction – This Little World (A Teacup Story)

What did it matter, if it didn’t affect Yeshini’s little world? It was a case of logic. Why worry about the large scale, the wars, the heroes, the approaching enemy, when it didn’t affect you? So Yeshini kept tending to her garden as her belly grew. Ushe would be back from the village shortly, with… Continue reading Flash Fiction – This Little World (A Teacup Story)