Category Archives: Short Stories

Short stories that I have written.

I am now a Published Author!!!!

I am now a published author, along with several other writers from Skywriters in the Skywriters Ring Anthology! This is from the writing critique group I started 3 years ago. We have a wonderful community of talented writers. You’ll be missing out … Continue reading

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One Good Man

Usually, I hated debriefings. Most of what they said was either common sense or redundant. But this briefing was filled with energy. Vengeance was at hand. Finally, Charlie Company would reach the front lines. Up to this point, we had … Continue reading

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To Autumn

To Autumn, Junior high school was something, huh? To anyone else, I would have been nothing more than a loser, lunching all alone at my Table of Solitude. But, not to you. Since I had found myself to be the … Continue reading

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Bystander Effect

One of these days I’m going to leave this two-bit crumby apartment. I thought I had raised my children right, but after they grew up and became doctors and lawyers they stopped coming around. Then,  my husband passed away. For … Continue reading

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Reflections of a Mirror

Nobody liked Tory. They really didn’t. Boys treated her like the plague, and all of her would-be friends had found someone more prestigious to hang with. So what, right? She never wanted to be cool or popular; she was just … Continue reading

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The Unforgiven

“Why do people do this?” Chris yelled into the windshield. “It’s called rush hour for a reason people! Get the hell outta my way!” Chris jerked the steering wheel, cutting off a blue pickup in the left lane, and passing … Continue reading

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Broken

We ran along the cold corridors of the underground sewer. We have to get away, we have to get away, was all I could think. I could still hear water splashing from where we had come. They would catch us. … Continue reading

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Slug: the Blue Dragon

Intro: A beautiful Blue Dragon, Slug, leaves its lair in a struggle to survive. ——————————————————————————————— Slug was a beautiful Blue Dragon. His front pair of angelic wings stretched for more than ten times his width and ended in tendrils, short … Continue reading

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