The Dark and Shadowy Places

A couple of weeks ago on author Chuck Wendig’s blog, he posted a writing challenge called The Subgenre Blender, giving two lists of subgenres of stories, and with a random number generator, asking us to pick 2 and write 2000 words about them. I just so happened to get something i’m interested in at the…

The Enemy Rule

This week on Chuck Wendig’s blog is another Random Title flash fiction challenge. He gave 10 different titles, created by a title generator, and I got 8, using Random.org, which gave me The Enemy Rule. After just having finished a 10,000 word short story, writing a 1,000 word story will be a breeze.So without further…

Welcome To Hell, Next Left

This week’s flash fiction challenge is to write about Hell in some way. This idea immediately came to me.It’s my idea of a hell anyways! You can tell me if you agree! I didn’t think this would end up being a horror story of sorts, but how can it not, I guess, if it’s about…

The City of Lost Hope

This Friday’s Flash Fiction challenge was Sub Genre Mash-up, using 2 lists of 10 genres and rolling a die (or using a random number generator). Here’s the challenge on Chuck Wendig’s Blog . I rolled a 5 (Post Apocalyptic Horror) and a 7 (zombies). Not really a mash-up, but I don’t wanna cheat and roll again…also, I’m…

The Labyrinthine Lighthouse

This week’s challenge on Chuck Wendig’s blog is Roll For Your Title  where you had to randomly choose 2 words from numbered lists. My two were #6 – Labyrinthine and #9 – Lighthouse. So that’s the title of my story, The Labyrinthine Lighthouse. I hope you like it!   I’m from Labyrinth. That’s the name…

The Town With No Name

I looked him straight in the eye and promised. “Promise,” I spat at my mirror-self. The mirror was tarnished and cracked, and I could barely see myself in it. “Never, ever use that word again!” I scolded my pale dark eyed reflection, following with a small, sad laugh. The flickering of the candle light threw…