“Stay, Illusion…” Part II

by E.V. Jacob on January 13, 2013

|  Part I  | I scrolled through the search results, but there was nothing of value there—nothing I didn’t know already.  I rubbed my thumb against the cool metal of my newest possession, sickeningly comforted by its presence. My desk was littered with newspaper clippings and printed pages from an assortment of news websites.  The […]


Written by…uh…me.  I’d link you to my website, but you’re already on it.  Follow me on Twitter! — “What are you writing?” “None of your business,” Sam snapped. I was a little surprised by his tone—he was usually nicer. “Sorry,” I said sarcastically, turning away. He sighed.  “I’m sorry, Lynn…it’s just…personal.  I didn’t mean to […]


“Cemetery Dance” by Michael Woods – Flash Fiction Ghost Story

December 30, 2012

Written by Michael Woods.  Check out his website and follow him on Twitter! — I arrived late, making it easier to slink along the edges of the cemetery, away from the service. Standing within the shade of a nearby mausoleum I watched the small crowd. I felt shame for leaving some of my closest friends […]

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“Memento Mori” by C.L. Raven – Flash Fiction Ghost Story

December 26, 2012

Written by C.L. Raven.  Check out their website and follow them on Twitter! — “You have reached your destination,” the Sat Nav cheerfully announced. “No we haven’t,” Simeon replied. “Stop arguing with her, you’ll never win.” Taylor killed his bike engine. “The Sat Nav says we’re in Pentref Ysbryd. The map says we’re in a […]

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