Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

“There is no statute of limitations for treachery.” April Hyatt both said those words out loud and typed them into the comments box under a photo on Facebook. Pleased with her cleverness, she looked over her shoulder and beamed a smile at the muscular man sprawled on...
Destiny Falls

Destiny Falls

The title of the thread was simply “Destiny Falls,” and I almost missed it. By the time I saw it, the headline had slid down the first page of the Goblin Globe forum, a very active assembly of conspiracy geeks talking about weird shit we’ve seen on Google Earth. The...
The Touch Will Come Second

The Touch Will Come Second

Anna leaned forward and reached for the slimy, wrinkly blob lying lifeless between her legs on the bloody sheet. A pale, glowing hand wrapped around her forearm and pulled it back. “Anna, you can’t touch him. Not yet — maybe not at all,” James said. “You know that.”...
Switch Trouble

Switch Trouble

It was the kitchen light switch that had ended John’s marriage to Agnes. The concept was so simple, he just couldn’t understand why she didn’t understand it. Flip the switch up to turn the light on. Flip the switch down to turn the light off. Tidy,...
Letters from Dad

Letters from Dad

Letters from Dad (This story was originally created in response to Chuck Wendig’s ‘X-Meets-Y’ flash fiction horror challenge.) Dad left another letter on my pillow last night. It’s been a long time since he did that. So long, in fact, that I...