Monthly Archives: March 2015

Songbird In Chains

This was written for today’s Thursday Threads.  Do you have around 100 words you want to share today? Go check it out.    “Extermination would be far simpler,” the Arkhani prince murmured, his opinion lost under the swish of the door … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday Flash: Posterity, Incorporated

This, my friends, has to be one of my favorites.  It was originally written for Siobhan Muir‘s ThursdayThreads.  Hope you like it, too. Posterity, Incorporated She remembered the way he introduced himself, self-deprecating and almost proper: “I’m Charles Anderson, the scientist; … Continue reading

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Throwback Flash: Gypsy Gold

Just a bit late today. Been one of those weeks.  This was written in 2012 for A Tale From Behind The Curtains blog hop.  Enjoy! Gypsy Gold “Gypsy gold does not clink and glitter. It gleams in the sun and … Continue reading

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#TBT Flash: Rusted Love

  RUSTED LOVE by Stacy Bennett I loved him. So Pa hated him. My James Dean, my rebel prince of Levi’s and Marlboros. My sixteenth summer was hot as hell – full of skinny-dipping, stolen kisses and beer. Boy, did … Continue reading

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