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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)

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Flash Fiction – Name of Things (Stories on a Theme “Magnetism”)

What’s in a name? Not much, and everything at the same time. A level of identity that is so core to yourself that you can barely understand how to exist without a name. But a name, a name you choose yourself. A name that you pick out of a list, a name with history or… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Name of Things (Stories on a Theme “Magnetism”)

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

When Imogen kissed Natalie, she felt her heart explode. It was not just live, but the intensity of want that bubbled up inside her which took her by surprise. She hadn’t even been crushing over Natalie for that long (okay, it felt like a long time to her, but 6 weeks was not long in… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Intense (Stories on a Theme “Magnetism”)

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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 – Date Night (Stories on a Theme “Food”)

“So what do you fancy?” Georgina looked down at the menu list, trying furiously to ignore the nerves that were buzzing around her body. She could feel Ian’s gaze on her, not intense but curious. She glanced up from the menu, just for a second, and he smiled at her. Her heart flipped. Focus on… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Date Night (Stories on a Theme “Food”)

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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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Flash Fiction – Harmony (Stories on a Theme – “Peace”)

When you work with someone, it’s like your soul sings a tune that only theirs can harmonise. It’s not just liking the same thing or wanting the same things out of life. It’s a partnership, a shared existence that is only better because you are two separate wholes coming to it. You exist in harmony.… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Harmony (Stories on a Theme – “Peace”)

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Flash Fiction – Forever (Stories on a Theme – “Happy”)

"I know it's dumb," Rachel said, snuggling into her fiancee, "but happy 1 week anniversary." Dorothy looked at Rachel with both love and exasperation. "You going to do this every week?" she asked, waving her hand at Rachel, "I haven't forgotten the fact we're engaged you know." "Just until we get to a month," Rachel… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Forever (Stories on a Theme – “Happy”)

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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.