Short Story Sunday


Short Story Sunday 306: Hostility

Detective Elliot stared at the suspect through the one-way mirror. The man sat in the other room, leaning back against the metal chair looking bored. The detective didn’t know what to do with this guy. He didn’t seem to...


Short Story Sunday 305: Suit

Jude stared at himself in the full-length mirror with disgust. In his 18 years of being alive, he had gotten out of wearing a suit with an almost 100-percent success rate. Weddings? He’d wear sleek black jeans with a...



It’s time for another quick short story. This week’s prompt was “sausage.” I hope you enjoy the story. It was the first barbecue Amber’s parents threw in their neighborhood. They had moved so many times for her father’s job...


Short Story Sunday 303: Charismatic

Lily always had a way with words. She easily out out of anything she didn’t want to do or something she forgot to do and didn’t want to get in trouble. For example, if she didn’t do her homework,...


Short Story Sunday: “Jail” [314]

When Thomas showed up at the house in the middle of the night Hazel didn’t know what to think. She didn’t think she’d see him again in her lifetime – at least, not for another 15-20 years. At first,...


Short Story Sunday 304: Month

It wasn’t the right time to ask questions. Ava knew something was going on but for some reason she couldn’t remember exactly what it was. Everyone kept mentioning the following month and even though she nodded and agreed with...


Short Story Sunday: “Virtue” [310]

The words stared back at her. She flipped her pen over the knuckles of her right hand, though it kept falling onto the paper where the words were listed. She had seen people fiddle with a pen in their...


Short Story Sunday 296: Welcome

“Thank you,” Colton said as he dropped some change into the tip jar and took two hot coffees from the barista. She paid him no more attention as there was a long ling behind Colton in the café. He...

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