The Perseids dart overhead, a school of fish in a boundless dark sea. I count them for you, trace a path along a river of stars. Trace, also, the pale curve of your shoulder. "What did you wish for?" I ask. Your eyes are bright. "An eternity of this."
“I will go, if you ask it.” The lantern is turned down low. Its dim light pools on the table, glints off the brandy glass dangling from your fingers. I wish I could see your face. “No.” Your voice drifts out of the shadows, gentle as rain. “Stay.”
News: Itty Bitty Writing Space
So I'm super excited to be part of a little anthology coming out in June called Itty Bitty Writing Space: An Anthology of Flash Fiction. It contains 100+ flash fiction pieces in every genre, and is being funded by Kickstarter. So far, the Kickstarter project has been funded at three times the original (modest) funding … Continue reading News: Itty Bitty Writing Space
Six months ago I’d’ve said it's crazy, the idea of you and me. Six weeks ago I almost walked away. Shaking my head, I button my best shirt, red garnets winking at collar and cuffs, and watch your face light up in the mirror.
Finna closed her eyes and took in a deep breath. This was hard. Centering herself, she expelled her thoughts with a rush of air and opened her eyes. The room was the same, down to the pattern on the pillowcases and the spray of flowers in the vase under the window. "Dammit!" She thumped a … Continue reading Finna