Short Story: An ice cream kind of day

Five little words. My words for this week are: flat choice spoil week ice cream "Can ice cream spoil?" Cindy asked Maeve, her older, and therefore in her opinion, much wiser roommate. "Another break up, then?" Maeve replied with a raised eye brow. "Sigh. Yup." "Oh darling, I'm sorry." She gave Cindy a hug and … Continue reading Short Story: An ice cream kind of day


Short Story: The bus stop

This week's short story takes a look at one scene from the point of view of three different strangers at a bus stop inspired by an actual snippet from a conversation I heard a while back, "I can't believe I never knew she was a world champion pogo sticker!" ETHEL “I can’t believe I never … Continue reading Short Story: The bus stop

Short Story: It’s never too late

Short story writing challenge #3 — It's Never Too Late The five words that were randomly generated for me to use are: vehicle, accompany, suit, raw, performance Lainey looked at herself in the obscenely bright mirror one last time and her trembling fingers traced the lines around her eyes with an invisible eraser. Her face looked older, her eyes slightly less … Continue reading Short Story: It’s never too late