Flash Fiction

A Telltale Rumble

Doggie nightmares two-sentence horror.

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Summer Practice

Christmas summer fun with two-sentence horror.

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Restless

Have trouble sleeping? Two-sentence horror.

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Grandchildren

Two sentence horror about grandchildren.

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Anniversary Present

Get a special gift for that someone special in your life. Two sentence horror.

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Storm Chaser

Storm chasers really are crazy. Two sentence horror.

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Alexa

Amazon's Alexa sure is getting advanced.

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The Secret Ingredient Is Love

Everyone has their own secret ingredient.

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Younger Days

Isn't it great to gaze back on your accomplishments? More experiments in two-sentence horror.

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Letter From a Friend

I'm on a two-sentence horror kick.

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Dandelion Wishes

Sometimes, wishes really do come true. More fun with two-sentence horror.

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Date Night

It's nice to get out for a date night every once in a while. More fun with two-sentence horror.

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Only Three?

More fun with two-sentence horror.

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Pep Talks

A little fun with two-sentence horror.

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The Donation

This one took a while because Amelia just wouldn't sit still.

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Meet the Parents

Before you meet my parents, there's something you should know...

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Sorry! Not Sorry!

I had a lot of fun making the Nihilify medication parody, so I decided to try another fake commercial—this time for a game.

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Nihilify

A fake drug commercial I made. Instagram censored me for this one.

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First Contact

Just a little fun with retro sci-fi.

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So Many Boxes

A little dark humor about weekly horror writing prompts.

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Material Assistants

Aren't assistants wonderful?

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The Doll Collector

What do you collect?

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Sleep Tight

"You were talking in your sleep again..." — A little horror short video.

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Houston

A brief cosmic audiovisual and alternate history sci-fi.

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You've lost your way.

It seems you've lost your way.

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I can't do this anymore.

A flash fiction piece for humanity.

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Destiny/fate

Is it destiny, or is it fate?

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New Year's Resolution

People make all sorts of New Year's resolutions.

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Christmas Grudge

Holding a year-long grudge.

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A Letter to Santa

A little girl named Norah writes a letter to Santa Claus.

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El Psy Kongroo

Do you remember the Berenstein Bears?

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A Holiday Poem

A reverse poem for the most magical time of year.

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Generation Alpha

Each generation is affected by the one before it. Born from around 2010 to 2024, they'll be hitting teenager years soon. What kind of world have we created for them? What will they do with it? Here's a flash fiction piece about it.

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Hush Child

Playgrounds after dark sure are eerie.

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A Spoonful of Sugar

Let's have a lovely little sing-a-long!

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The Boy

What do you see that others may not?

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Welcome to the Neighborhood

A short horror video about trustworthy neighbors.

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I Wish I Had Never Read This Love Letter

How easily simply waking up can turn into terror.

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Why Did You Bring Me Here?

I was editing my novel late last night and saw that Gillian had posted a horror flash fiction writing prompt. I took a look, and it caught my eye. I finished up my to-do list for editing the chapter and wrote a flash fiction piece. I like how it turned out. This one came in at 148 words.

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Letter from the Homeowners Association

I've been experimenting with what tags to follow on Instagram and stumbled across a horror writer that creates prompts and posts them up every Wednesday. One of the prompts caught my eye, so I decided to write a flash fiction piece for it.At this point, I haven't written much flash fiction, but I enjoyed it and thought it turned out well. It came in at a whopping 59 whole words.

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Two-Sentence Horror: Nightly Hunt

I love the idea of two-sentence horror. But, it's more than that, though. I love the idea of experimenting with concise fiction—how far can a story be trimmed down and still have a scare to it? I was thinking about that one night and wrote two sentences about my cat.

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