Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the one hundred and forty-fifth piece in this series. This week’s is the twelfth bunch of 6-word stories by a variety of authors, together with their 6-word biographies!
by Sal Buttaci finds humor in life.
- The ticks of time burrow deeply.
- In sunlight, my snow tires melted.
- DNA proves these tears are mine.
by Chong Teck SIM – aspiring Singaporean writer
- With faith, her dreams came true.
- A woman. Cascading tears. Burnt photographs.
- College boys. Energetic music. Free-flowing beer.
by Mark K – a writer? Trying hard.
- Better rich than poor. Trust me.
- invalid + pillow = death, jury + prison = life
- There are many ways to kill!
by Joanne Hayle – Loves to write and very blessed.
- Soul weary, my reflection’s a stranger.
- Burning sun and ferocious waves. Sunk.
- Surprise trip recklessly ruined. Magic lost.
by Fari Wu micro-fiction writer, F1 lover.
- Third time caesarean. Finally, a girl.
- She kept quiet for nine months.
and then three from yours truly… Morgen Bailey, Morgen With an E
- Ted was curious. It bit him.
- Big stared at Little. Little barked.
- Clock ticking. Last breath. Funeral Saturday.
Thank you, everyone.
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- and guest blogs about short stories on this blog: Alberta Ross, Jane Hertenstein, Helen M Hunt, Morgen Bailey, Sarah Grace Logan, Warren Bull.
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