[Flash Fiction Friday] Kim Fielding Drops By!

Hello, Internet! Kim Fielding brings us a good one for Flash Fiction Friday! After a man faces a tragedy, he must accept it’s a new day and a new chance to heal. The Violinist by Kim Fielding Dmitri sat motionless in the chair by the window, the morning sun casting a pool of light onto…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Dev Bentham Is Back!

Hello, Internet! Welcome back Dev Bentham for this week’s edition of Flash Fiction Friday! Today’s tale is a comedy of errors when a frustrated call to tech support leads to a lifetime fix.  Who’s on First? by Dev Bentham “My god, this is like the old Abbott and Costello routine, ‘Who’s on First?’” I muted…

[Flash Fiction Friday] New Challenger Roe Horvat Appears!

Hello, Internet! We have a first time guest here for Flash Fiction Friday! Please welcome Roe Horvat. Today’s short is a tale of rekindled love from the one you wish you could forget. Love by the Slice by Roe Horvat I stripped off the hoodie I was wearing over my apron. It smelled like old…

[Flash Fiction Friday] West Thornhill Joins The Fray!

Hello, Internet! West Thornhill drops by to play in this latest round of Flash Fiction Friday. With the nasty weather, today’s tale is relatable with the life altering decisions you make while snowed in. Inconvenient Snow by West Thornhill “I can’t believe our douche of a boss wouldn’t let us close early when this switched…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Pat Henshaw Visits!

Hello, Internet! Pat Henshaw returns to Flash Fiction Friday with a contemporary tale about what happens when you run into the school bully at your high school reunion. Restroom Revenge by Pat Henshaw “Do what I tell you and everything will be fine.” The arms of the guy behind me banded around my torso. Déjà…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Kelly Jensen Returns!

Hello, Internet! Kelly Jensen returns for Flash Fiction Friday. I love having Kelly as a guest because she takes my prompts and always spins them into the most delightfully unexpected directions. Bird Chatter by Kelly Jensen “Something about him is…off.” “Hmm?” Percy glanced over his shoulder to see who Jerry might be talking about. Arrayed…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Andrea Speed Is Back!

Hello, Internet! Welcome back to Flash Fiction Friday. Andrea Speed returns with a haunting piece she describes as “sometimes you wonder if you should show this to your psychiatrist.” Please, enjoy! Spark Joy by Andrea Speed Simone had lost track of the days, and no longer cared about it. Whether it was April or September,…

GayRomLit Wrap-Up!

Hello, Internet! Another GayRomLit has come and gone, leaving behind the warring urge to sleep for a month and create all the things at the same time. I regrettably didn’t take enough pictures. I took a lot of Kansas City, not a lot of the con itself. This year, I decided to make the most…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Asta Idonea with “It’s a Dog’s Life”

Hello, Internet! Flash Fiction Friday is back, baby! Kicking things off, we have Asta Idonea dropping by with It’s a Dog’s Life. An adorable little tale about one young man’s attempt to woo another by way of a costume party. But he seems to have missed the memo… It’s a Dog’s Life by Asta Idonea Peter…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Dev Bentham with Wishing on Falling Stars and Other Space Junk

Hello, Internet! Dev Bentham is here for Flash Fiction Friday! In her sweet piece we learn one small town man’s destiny sends a pretty big sign…when a chunk of a space satellite crashes in his back yard. Wishing on Falling Stars and Other Space Junk by Dev Bentham That still, small voice people who make…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Amberly Smith with “Subtle Criteria”

Hello, Internet! Amberly Smith returns for Flash Fiction Friday with “Subtle Criteria.” In this piece, we meet Abigail, the odd woman out on an island business retreat. When she meets Mila, she might have found the one to appreciate her quirkyness and her love of The L Word. Subtle Criteria by Amberly Smith Abigail would…

[Flash Fiction Friday] M.A. Church with When Opportunity Knocks

Hello, Internet! Please welcome M.A. Church to Flash Fiction Friday! In her short, When Opportunity Knocks, we meet Dewanye, a man who has it all but is it worth it? Can money really buy happiness? When Opportunity Knocks by M.A. Church Another day, another business trip in yet another airport. It was just one of…