Tag Archive | crime

“That a girl,” He Said (Flash Fiction)

This is in response to the Flash Fiction challenge for Aspiring Writers (75 – 175 words). Thanks to Priceless Joy for this opportunity. PJ hosts this challenge and provided the inspiring photo this week (which I edited to fit my story). If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please take the time to check […]

Day 5: Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge

Evvi stared at her brother’s body down below. Laughter rippled through her. Why was he lying there like that? Legs weren’t supposed to bend that way. Her vision blurred.

Flash Fiction Challenge: Serving “Justice”

In response to PJ’s photo prompted Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). Special thanks to Dawn M. Miller for the photo.

Have No Mercy, Steal Their Hearts

Have No Mercy, Steal Their Hearts

How do you urge readers to flip to the next page? . . . Why, you make them care, of course. Yeah, I figured that much. But how do you make them care? . . . That’s easy. Engage their mind, heart, and curiosity as early in the story as possible. Right, but how? . . […]