Category Archives: Flash Fiction Challenge

SPF: Honourable Choices

“Callie! It’s over!” Reaching the edge of the pier, Agent Callie turned around slowly. Jake’s gun was pointed straight at her head. “You’re right, Jake, it is over,” she said softly, and took another step towards the edge. There was … Continue reading

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FFfAW: Always

She leaned gently against the lamppost as he serenaded the crowd with his usual tunes. I’ll be there till the stars don’t shine Till the heavens burst and the words don’t rhyme… She closed her eyes as memories came flooding … Continue reading

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SPF: A Caring Son

Jonathan loved collecting bottles. Soon, all the shelves in his room were full of them, so he started lining them on the floor. “Jonathan! That’s it, you need to get rid of some of these useless bottles!” said Dad angrily. … Continue reading

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FFfAW: The Pink Schoolbag

Danny was sad. Mummy didn’t have money to buy him a new schoolbag, so for now, he had to take the pink one which she managed to get at the Church. As he got on the school bus, Gordon was … Continue reading

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SPF: Wants and Needs

“But Harold!” “Oh, come on!” “No! I don’t like the pool here!” “It has a great pool! And don’t you start about the food next!” “Oh, I get it, so only your opinions matter, I don’t have a say at … Continue reading

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SPF: Accountability

“But Master…” “SILENCE!” Evil’s piercing glare made his black-horned minions cower in fear. Evil settled back on his throne, the goblet dangling in his clawed grasp. “Like I said, we now have no need to roam that wretched planet and … Continue reading

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FFfAW: The Honeymoon

Ten minutes into the boat ride and Gordon knew he was done for. He’d sipped water, held his breath, closed his eyes, but nothing worked and Clara was beginning to notice. Somehow, in all their time together, the fact that … Continue reading

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