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FLASH FICTION CHALLENGE: EROTIC VAMPIRE DISASTER PORN

WARNING: The following blog post may contain strong language and imagery that may not be suitable for, well, anyone. This blog post/story is my response to Chuck Wendig’s FLASH FICTION CHALLENGE: THE SUBGENRE BLENDER. The challenge was to pick two subgenres at random and … Continue reading

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FLASH FICTION CHALLENGE: MUST CONTAIN THREE THINGS

This blog post was created for Chuck Wendig’s FLASH FICTION CHALLENGE: MUST CONTAIN THREE THINGS. In my case, I had to include the following: A talisman A shopping mall A prison “How did I ever let you talk me into this?” “What … Continue reading

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FLASH FICTION CHALLENGE: “IT’S FROZEN MEETS AVENGERS!”

This blog post is a submission for Chuck Wendig’s FLASH FICTION CHALLENGE: “IT’S X MEETS Y!” The idea behind this challenge is to use a random number generator to pick two well known IPs from two lists of twenty and create a … Continue reading

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FLASH FICTION CHALLENGE: WHO THE FUCK IS MY D&D CHARACTER

WARNING: The following blog post may contain strong language and imagery that may not be suitable for, well, anyone. This blog post is a submission for Chuck Wendig’s FLASH FICTION CHALLENGE: WHO THE FUCK IS MY D&D CHARACTER. YOU THINK YOUR … Continue reading

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Writing Prompt 3 (2011-09-11)

The secretary sat behind large walnut desk. Other than stacks of parchment set in neat orderly piles across its front, the only items to adorn her desk were a glass ashtray containing a single, smoldering, hand-rolled cigarette and an extremely … Continue reading

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Writing Prompt 2 (2011-09-03)

Looking out the lightly frosted window, the compartment’s occupants could just barely see the beautiful, dark autumn landscape blur past them as the train hurtled along towards its destination. On one side of the compartment, a young woman watched over … Continue reading

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Writing Prompt 1 (2011-08-27)

She touched the little box in her pocket and smiled. The wood was warm to the touch. Years of tracing its edges, curves, and seams had left the box’s surface worn smooth. When shook even slightly, its contents made a … Continue reading

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