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Flash Fiction – Love (Stories on a Theme “Magnetism”)

They say opposites attract, and in some ways, that is true. No two people are ever the same. Sure, there can be similarities and differences. And between some people, their differences are greater and others it’s their similarities.  But it’s not the differences or similarities which creates love. It’s the connection between the two, its… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Love (Stories on a Theme “Magnetism”)

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Flash Fiction – Hear You Me

You pause, for a second. The second bar of that song. You recognise it. You feel it. It was that song you used to listen to when you were 14. The song that you would lament to, to dream to, to wish to. You would wish for a place in life. A better place. And… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Hear You Me

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100 Words – Crush

[100 Words - a short story based on one word in 100 words or less] It’s not real, not yet. It’s a wish. A desire. A hope. Maybe a smile. Maybe a hidden glance. You want it to be real. You hope it will be. You just have to take a leap.

Genre - Free Writing, Genre - General, Genre - Romance, Stories on a Theme, writing

Safe Space – Prompts on a Theme Special (Valentines Day)

My final prompts on a theme valentines special!  There is more to love than just feelings. It's a safe space, a safe place, away from all the world and the hurt and the pain that comes with it. It's a place to run away to hide and recover. A place to spill your innermost fears… Continue reading Safe Space – Prompts on a Theme Special (Valentines Day)

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Leap of Faith – Prompts on a Theme Special (Valentines Day)

Another short flash fiction based on the prompt "Valentines Day". Happy valentines!  Maria loved stories with happy endings. The romance ones especially, the ones where two people were just in sync. Partners against the world. She hugged her favorite novel close to her chest - The First Love by Agatha Stawdrop. It helped, a little,… Continue reading Leap of Faith – Prompts on a Theme Special (Valentines Day)

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Choice – Prompts on a Theme Special (Valentines Day)

A short story on love because it's Valentines day! Happy valentines everyone! There is a moment between the “I love you” and the response. The pause when you take in the meaning of those words, the weight of them, the feelings woven into them. Small words, one might think. A small sentence, others may say.… Continue reading Choice – Prompts on a Theme Special (Valentines Day)

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Teacup Story – Choosing Love

Vanessa sat in the car in deafening silence. It ate at her, it ate at Jim. They sat, stewing, feeling the weight of the air pressing into their bodies. Vanessa drove with purpose. Lights flashed as cars zipped past them, going the other way. Otherwise, the road was quiet, only illuminated by the two steady… Continue reading Teacup Story – Choosing Love

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100 Words – Loveable

[100 Words is a story in 100 words or less, based off the word in the title.] Not being loved, but the adjective. The ability to be loved. The ability to look at yourself in the mirror and see a person who not only can be loved, but deserves love. Someone who deserves to be… Continue reading 100 Words – Loveable

100 Words, Genre - General, Rating - PG

100 Words – Unconditional

[100 Words is a story in 100 words or less, based off the word in the title.] Just because you want to. Not because you have to, or because you want something in return. Not because something makes you, but because you choose to. Because you choose again to give and give, and you choose… Continue reading 100 Words – Unconditional