Flash Fiction #17

“I need the biggest piece of chocolate cake that you have,” Chana said as she slumped onto the barstool. Nasrin paused as she was wiping up the counter. “Bad day or did you finally give up on that diet?” Her friend pulled a face that told her she wasn’t in the mood for jokes. Nasrin … Continue reading Flash Fiction #17


Flash Fiction #8

This is wrong, very wrong, Clara thought as she lay awake just an arm's length away from Evelyn. One shouldn’t have these kinds of feelings. The train’s rocking would normally have put her right to sleep, as it had on the first leg of their journey south. However, her guilty thoughts plagued her that evening. … Continue reading Flash Fiction #8