A Christmas Gift by Jody Kish Her sudden illness had caught us by surprise. I was there to comfort her until the very end. I lost my love, my house, and the only life I had known. Now, I was here left with nothing. Still hopeful in finding happiness, two long years have passed since […]Read more "December’s Zeroflash competition Entries"
Happy Christmas to all! This month, I’d like to trouble you for the most, joyous, loving, delightful, heart-warming expression of festivity and wonder you can muster. For those of you that would care to submit, we’re looking for stories of anywhere up to 300 words. We’d love a beginning, are partial to a middle and if you […]Read more "December Zeroflash Flashfiction Competition"
DEVIL’S ADVOCATE by Charlotte O’Farrell @ChaOFarrell When conversation turned to Paul’s new favourite TV show, ‘Devil’s Advocate’, Sally resisted the urge to roll her eyes. It must have been the hundredth time he’d told her about it, but like all his other little obsessions, it sounded harmless enough. In any case, it was building to […]Read more "Horror/Halloween ZEROFLASH COMPETITION ENTRIES"
And the Little One said … by Jack Koebnig @koebnig ‘… roll over, Sam! I’m serious. Make room.’ Although Amy’s voice was turning frosty, and Sam knew not to push his sister, he claimed the duvet they were supposed to be sharing and pretended to be asleep. Amy leaned over, saw that he was smirking. […]Read more "‘And the Little One said…’ by Jack Koebnig – Zeroflash"
Hi all. So, October is Halloween and we love it so much, Zeroflash Halloween lasts two months! Have at it! For those of you that would care to submit, we’re looking for stories of anywhere up to 300 words. We’d love a beginning, are partial to a middle and if you could see your way clear to […]Read more "October & November Zeroflash Flashfiction Competition"
Business as usual by Franck Vanhee I may have some left in the back, said the woman in the wordshop, useless relics, as they will never be seoed. I gazed like a dog at a sick cow. Selling e-words obsession, she said. She wobbled to the back and back. And put a rather crippled word […]Read more "‘Business as usual’ by Franck Vanhee – a Zeroflash Standalone story"
A Break in the Tide by Anna Shoenbach When the tide was low, the reef was dry enough to walk on, from shore to shore. Uborg had to be quick – the tide often turned when it wasn’t supposed to, these days. The magical wars were the cause, but all that really mattered to the […]Read more "September’s Zeroflash Competition Entries"