Flash Fiction – Get Up (Stories on a Theme “Parent”)

“Get up,” Unle said, resting her cutlass under her son’s chin. She could feel the eyes of the crew, watching her every move. Hulan looked up at her with hate and defiance in his eyes. Even from here, she could see the tell tale sign of the star sickness, the bruising down the neck and … More Flash Fiction – Get Up (Stories on a Theme “Parent”)

Flash Fiction – City of Stars (Stories on a Theme “Human”)

“Isn’t it beautiful?” Yetan whispered, kicking off her shoes and letting her feet feel the cool night air. Elwa snuggled into her shoulder, huddled in a blanket. Humans were always so cute when it came to the cold. Their thin skin and hair meant they couldn’t muster most of the seasons on Tre-45, and most … More Flash Fiction – City of Stars (Stories on a Theme “Human”)

Flash Fiction – Small World (Stories on a Theme “Human”)

“We’re all the same, under our skin. The same hearts beat, the same souls speak. Just because one is mechanoid and the other is carbon, does not mean we are not equal!” The speaker’s voice rang out across the square, dampened by the heavy rain. Fabia paid him no mind – even though she felt … More Flash Fiction – Small World (Stories on a Theme “Human”)

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

“I still don’t think this is going to work,” Merk said, kicking his feet against the counter. He was the most infuriating partner to be put with for their final year project. Eylsha could swear that she would kill him if it wouldn’t impede her ability to graduate at the end of the year. Just … More Flash Fiction – Forgive (Stories on a Theme “Magnetism”)

Flash Fiction – Floating (Stories on a Theme “Control”)

In the last moments of his existence, Trenlti felt himself in awe of the vast expanse of space open up before him. He tried to reach for the rope, inches out of his grasp. But he couldn’t reach it, and so he just floated away, tumbling in a vacuum with nowhere anchoring him to reality. … More Flash Fiction – Floating (Stories on a Theme “Control”)

Flash Fiction – Ochre – (Stories on a Theme – “Horizon”)

It’s been a bloody day on the battlefield, you know this. You daren’t tell your platoon how bloody, in case they try another revolt. Everyone is drawn out, everyone is tired. You look, through your helmet, at the sunset of another world. Your home world has a gentle red and orange sunset compared to the … More Flash Fiction – Ochre – (Stories on a Theme – “Horizon”)