Tag: New Fiction

The Fisherman

The Fisherman A story from Adelia Hoff There once was a fisherman who lived alone by the sea. One night he came across a beautiful woman dancing naked in the moonlight. When he called out, asking if she was alright as it was a… Continue Reading “The Fisherman”

Tangled Tales: Ashes

“I want my ashes scattered in San Francisco Bay,” said my sister Roxanne. “Do you know how many bodies are dumped in San Francisco Bay every year? You’ll be down there with Laci Peterson’s head,” said Phil. Jeremy looked shocked. “What?” I don’t know… Continue Reading “Tangled Tales: Ashes”

Last Call by R James Turley

Today I’m honored to share a story from my friend, and one of my favorite WordPress bloggers R James Turley.   Last Call by R James Turley    When Suzy Night was introduced on stage, Ron’s mouth dropped open.  She had a walk made… Continue Reading “Last Call by R James Turley”

Short Story Sunday: Playing Dracula

With chips and salsa, a cold beer, and two cats sharing the couch with him Jake studied the script to the yet untitled take on the story of Dracula. With the sorry assed version of the story now showing on Netflix this play could… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: Playing Dracula”

Short Story Sunday: Leaving Victor

A new Tangled Tale for October 13, 2019 from Juliette aka Vampire Maman. Leaving Victor The Creature watched as the figure in the large overcoat and hat came through the door. The man walked with a slight limp. He smiled at The Creature as… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: Leaving Victor”

Short Story Sunday: Chloe’s Face

A new story to maybe give you the creepies, or make you feel all warm and fuzzy in a twisted romantic kind of way. Chloe’s Face   “I wasn’t alone. It was at a party for God’s sake. You saw how many people were… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: Chloe’s Face”

Short Story Sunday: We Will Be Happy

Standing outside of the gates of the asylum, bag in her hand, coat buttoned up tight against the snow, Kathleen wondered if she should wait for someone. She looked to the right, then looked to the left, then decided to walk to wherever she… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: We Will Be Happy”

Short Story Sunday: College Daze

Ninety percent of my time as an undergrad was spent in weird Dr. Harrison’s biochemistry lab. The other ten percent of my time was living vicariously through my roommate Tony, who partied and got laid enough for an entire frat house full of horny… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: College Daze”

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