Category: Fiction

Story Time: The Window by Shubham Mamgain
May 18, 2018 Fiction,Storytime Kat Avila

Today’s story, The Window, comes all the way from India. We discovered the author on Facebook. He’s got a bright future ahead of him. Shubham Mamgain is a literature enthusiast currently pursuing his English honors from Delhi University. He first wrote an English poem, a crude rhyme as he puts it, in 6th grade. His

Friday Fiction: Tears of a Sinner by Stephanie Ayers
February 9, 2018 Fiction,Storytime Stephanie Ayers

Tears of a Sinner “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a good wife.” -Jackson Bruning I read somewhere in an article about Jackson Bruning, the world’s most eligible bachelor. The most intriguing part of the article, however, was the fact

Friday Fiction: A Queen for a King by Mickey McRosh
February 2, 2018 Fiction,Storytime Stephanie Ayers

Mickey McRosh is a software engineer by profession and a writer and a hiker by inclination. He is new to writing and has worked on multiple short stories and flash fiction, and has published them on his personal blog. You can reach him at his website. A Queen for a King “I’m going to disappoint you.

The Best Birthday by David Wiley
January 26, 2018 Fiction,Storytime Stephanie Ayers

David Wiley is an author of science fiction and fantasy stories, choosing to write the stories that he would love to read. His short fiction has previously been published in Firewords Quarterly and will be featured in an upcoming issue of Mystic Signals as well as an anthology by Uffda Press. David resides in central

Smell of Souls by Kerry E.B. Black
January 19, 2018 Fiction,Storytime Stephanie Ayers

Kerry E.B. Black writes from a little house along the bank of a foggy Pennsylvania river. Other published works can be found in “Postcard Poetry and Prose” and “Halloween Forevermore.” Please follow the author at and Twitter @BlackKerryblick Smell of Souls My stomach aches and I tremble, a weakened mess of nerves and hysteria,

Midnight Flight by David Wiley
November 3, 2017 Fiction,Storytime Stephanie Ayers

 Midnight Flight “Reject what you think you know – assume the impossible is possible,” the history teacher, Mrs. Wing, told the class as she strolled down the aisle between the desks. Half a dozen students snickered, a few more yawned, but at least one student in the class was dutifully taking down notes. That student