My 1000 word flash fiction story is published at EVERY DAY FICTION. Here’s the link: Red Hot Boots http://www.everydayfiction.com/red-hot-boots-by-sheila-newton/comment-page-1/#comment-38343 And please do comment. There’s a comment section at the end of this dark, devilish story. I hope you enjoy it.
Posts Tagged ‘Flash fiction’
Late in the afternoon on a cold, frosty day, everything glitters and sparkles in the winter sunshine. The sun is having little effect on the bitter chill and I walk briskly to stomp on Jack Frost’s icy fingers. I spot a busker, standing in the centre of the market place, unperturbed, it would seem, by […]
I waltz into the kitchen…1-2-3-…1-2-3…, pad over the wooden floor, slide toward the radio, yawning. A voice tells me it’s “7am…rise and shine!” My rice krispies jump and gyrate – snap, crackle and pop – on an undulating bed of frothy-white milk – like round, brown bodies dancing on a bouncy castle. My spoon clinks […]
This is a short piece of flash fiction about a bass guitar – my husband’s bass guitar! – Tell me what you think? He threw me into a damp, dank shed – tossed aside, abandoned. Curves, sunburst hues, ebony statuesque neck forgotten: sophisticated tones, rich bass voice rejected. The door opens; squeals in pain. Light […]