Flash Fiction: Diabolical Deer

This was written for Carrot Ranch's Flash Fiction Challenge. Each week's challenge is to write to a prompt in exactly 99 words. This week's prompt is to "write a story in which a character takes charge." Diabolical Deer “You’re not the boss a me.” “I’m older. That means I’m in charge.” “I’m tellin’ Mom and... Continue Reading →

#FFFC: Fired Again

This was written for Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #35. It's based on the photo prompt below provided by mirceaianc at Pixabay.com. https://fivedotoh.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/1931e287-cbb4-4921-9446-aee5edd4adf3.jpeg The picture sparked memories of the first time I saw someone painted doing what amounted to android face. That is why AI will eventually take over the world and kill us all. I... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction: Vase

This was written, or will be when I'm done, for Carrot Ranch's Flash Fiction Challenge. This weeks prompt is shards. The challenge is to write a story that is exactly 99 words. Last week's prompt colonnades reminded me of a proctologist. This week's reminds me of a game I spend way too much time playing... Continue Reading →

No one is sure how or why this happened, but it happened. This was humanity's most embarrassing moment until, you know, Donald Trump. I have not seen it. I probably never will. Maybe someday. I don't recommend you see it. I jokingly referenced it in A Nearly Norman Christmas, so I thought I would share... Continue Reading →

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