Author: Jane Blythe

Week 65 – Go ahead. Kill me.

“Stay still,” Stephen ordered as he attempted to drag the woman from her mangled car. The woman just continued to scream and struggle to get away from him. The urge to shake some sense into her and physically make her

Posted in Flash Fiction Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Week 64 – Suddenly she was blinded by light

“Ahh.” The sound of moaning caught her by surprise. Was someone here? Where was here? Paisley felt numb. Like she was floating. She was so tired. She wanted to let her mind go blank and drift away again but something

Posted in Flash Fiction Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Week 63 – Ugh, I hate snow

“Ugh, I hate snow,” Paisley muttered to herself as she drove home from the store.   She was not looking forward to the impending snowstorm as she had already lost her heat, but at least she was prepared. Canned food,

Posted in Flash Fiction Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Week 62 – Woken by the screams of the dead

Blood, screams, his, Alayna’s, Damian’s, they all mixed together into one big, red, loud mess. Then all of a sudden Mekhi was awake, woken by the screams of the dead. Alayna? Had it been her screaming? He switched on the

Posted in Flash Fiction Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Week 61 – Buried alive in the stifling heat

Revenge was sweet, but not sweet enough. It wasn’t enough to make his brother suffer over and over again. That didn’t bring Alayna back and that was all he really wanted. But since he couldn’t have that Mekhi was going

Posted in Flash Fiction Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,