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A Light to be Seen By: Part 1

A LIGHT TO BE SEEN BY

“…because I wanted to be swept away”, somebody said.  “Just wanted to be totally out there for a while.  It felt free, you know?”  The speaker paused.  812 more words

Dark Night; Mysterious Visitor

10-Floor: Over & Out, good buddy (Short Fiction Story)

Rick hung over the ledge. He instinctively looked down. There was nothing but ten floors and gravity between himself and the hotel pool. Unless you count the suspect’s grip around his ankle. 366 more words

Short Story Fiction

FICKLE FEELING — prologue

“How do we know who we are or what we can become? We tell ourselves stories.

The stories we tell are what we know of ourselves.

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Life

The Garfield Cemetery by Jeff Richey

I can attest to the fact that taking a walk through a cemetery can be a scary thing, especially if you’re alone.

It was 11:58 on a cold Sunday night in February of 2015. 761 more words

Short Story - Fiction

Harth and the Whore by Jeff Richey

Kril bends down before the altar of Shentat and prays an evil prayer. The black man prays that someday the almighty dark one may choose his body to speak through. 3,023 more words

Short Story - Fiction

Winter Blues

Written for

Sunday Photo Fiction: March 1, 2015

photo copyright – Joe Owens 2015

Winter Blues

Percy and his friends shudder visibly and try to turn their backs to the biting wind. 183 more words

Life

Predestination by Jeff Richey

A man alone in the world is a scary thing. He can be brave and fight the evils of the world for his loved ones, but what if there is no one to fight for and no one to defend, no family honor to protect because he has no family? 2,985 more words

Short Story - Fiction