‘Private Disclosure’ — Flash fiction

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com With news of Babylon burning around the world, I ventured out with my dog onto the bleak winter marsh, Christmas hat on.  Unexpectedly, a wind arose; Carly went crazy, barking, leaping, whilst I cowered on the ground, unsure of what was happening. There was an eerie light around us, a … Continue reading ‘Private Disclosure’ — Flash fiction

Friday Flash Fiction: ‘Pig Headed’

Photo by Nicolas Postiglioni on Pexels.com He thought he'd seen it somewhere before; a pig's head somehow pulled over the victim's. The body had been left untouched until he arrived, partly concealed between trash cans."Gloves, please. Thanks."Kneeling down, he brought out the wallet, examining the debit card before showing it to detective constable Erica Wilkes. … Continue reading Friday Flash Fiction: ‘Pig Headed’

Who Are You? (Flash Fiction) Prosery

Photo by Harrison Haines on Pexels.com He said his name was Jophar Vorin, that he was looking for his long lost brother. I showed him a map, though it only seemed to confuse him more. "Where was Sakria and Euplar?" he asked. The funny thing was... we truly believed him. Finally the Berlin authorities took … Continue reading Who Are You? (Flash Fiction) Prosery