This month’s song fic is inspired by Alex and Sierra’s “Little Do You Know”. Here’s the video if you’d like to give it a listen, and here are the lyrics. And heads-up, this is probably going to be pretty short. “What’s wrong?” Daniel asked. His voice was rough, groggy, as if he’d been pulled back […]
The prompt will be bolded in the story. Mallory lugged her backpack and suitcase up seven flights of stairs to the stupidly small apartment she’d agreed to share with her sister, Nina. After a total of three flights and twenty-three hours worth of layovers, all Mallory wanted to do was wash the airport off her, […]
It’s time for this month’s writing prompt. The prompt will appear in bolded text in the story. You need this job. You need this job, You need this job, I chanted silently to myself. Keep your mouth shut. You need this job. When Aubrey had described her Aunt Beatrix as whimsical and a little eccentric, […]
Prompt: You’ve been able to read people’s thoughts since you were a child. But no one has ever talked back. Until now. I hated the F train at night. Well, I hated the F train anytime of day, but it was easier to tune out the voices on the early morning commute. Most […]
Prompt: They say I’m a traitor. Maybe I am. All I know is that I did what I had to do. “Hi, I’m Roxanne,” I said when she answered the door. “We spoke on the phone earlier.” “I’m Alicia.” We shook hands, and warily, she invited me inside, leading me to her dining room […]
So, this is super cool. The amazing, adorable, talented, and hilarious Tanya Eby narrated one of my very favorite pieces of flash fiction, The Blue Doors! You can listen to it here for free! Also? Unlike my other audiobooks and narrated stories, it’s totally SFW.
Prompt: This would normally be where the story ends, if this were a story; the world has been saved, the prince has found his bride, and there’s nothing left to do. Only this isn’t a story and the loose ends that are left belong to people that aren’t the prince, or the dragon, or the […]