Looking for a big dose of flash fiction on a daily basis? A flash fiction application can deliver. Check out the following list and pick what suits you the most! TaleHunt A smartphone application available for Apple and Android devices, Continue Reading
My Favourite Type of Story Ending: A Guest Post by Tim Jones
I was asked about my favourite endings to stories and I thought it was a bit of a peculiar subject. As far as I was aware I didn’t have a favourite ending type and it took quite a bit of Continue Reading
Winner of Flash Fiction Contest #14!
We’d like to announce Ronald Guell as the 14th Flash Fiction contest winner! Ron won a free ebook cover from our writer’s shop. Thank you all for your great entries, and we hope you had a fun time writing and Continue Reading
Flash Fiction Contest #14!
It’s time for another flash fiction contest! We’ve got a little bit different prize for the winner this time: a free ebook cover of your choice. You can choose from any on our site! Head over here to take a Continue Reading
How to Write a 10-Word Story
This is a guest post by Rebecca Henderson. Recently, I came across a contest with a word limit of ten words. That’s right, just ten words! I wanted to share with you some techniques I used to make the most Continue Reading
Winner of Flash Fiction Contest #13!
We’d like to announce Holly Saiki as the 13th Flash Fiction contest winner! Holly won a $10 gift card to Amazon for her piece. Please enjoy Two Spirits Gaze At The Stars below. Thank you all for your great entries, and we hope you Continue Reading
Recommended Reading: Heaven and Earth by Graham Downs
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” – Hamlet (1.5.167-8) Demons, witches, extra-sensory perception, possessed animals, and an ever-loving God. There is much that exists, or is claimed to exist, in Continue Reading
Flash Fiction Contest #11!
Time for a new contest! This time, your prompt is as follows: A robbery takes place in a supermarket. We know you can come up with something exciting and fun. But before you get started, please read the following instructions: Continue Reading
The Thief: A Flash Fiction Story by Mary Papas
Put $100,000 in this suitcase and hand it over to me. Discreetly and with a smile on your face so that no one will be suspicious, Nikki, the bank teller, read in the note that the handsome man gave her. He Continue Reading
Nothing is as it Seems: A Free Flash Fiction Story by Mary Papas
”Put all the money in the plastic bag. You have exactly three minutes,” the thief explained to the bank cashier in a calm, soft voice. The bank cashier tried to comply but her hands were trembling and tears started rolling Continue Reading