Digital Longings [Short Story]

Wow, I feel like such a lazy ass-hat for being so long away from my blog. The saddest part is that I open my dashboard almost every day, I open a new post and then… nothing, just blank until I discard and move on to something else, always thinking I’ll get back to it soon….

Hometown Heartbreak (SHORT STORY)

New short-fiction folks! This one is a REALLY short piece, under 600 words – so maybe qualifies as flash-fiction? Anyway, I wrote it on a picture prompt that was posted up in a writers group I’m a part of and I figured I’d share it here, the aforementioned picture is also here at the start…

Succor Punch (Short Story)

Another random little burst of fiction for you folks! This one’s a standalone story about a fist-fight and a potentially cunning plan! Who knows, if you guys like it enough, I might do a follow up so make your thoughts known in the comments! A thunderous right hand sent me teetering backward. I could feel…

Vengeance Amidst The Flame (Short Story)

“Kill them all!!!”, roared the Sultan, “Not one man, woman or child will leave this place alive without chains on every appendage!” All around him, his battallion of crack troops ran riot through the humble mountain village. There were screams of terror and anguish as the armed and armoured warriors broke into houses and forcibly…

[short story] Castles In The Air

“Hey! Eye’s down here!”, she said sternly, pointing down at her lithe, hourglass body. “Yes Mistress!”, nodding joyously, the little man lowered his gaze from her face and proceeded to pay homage to her amazing beauty. For her part, Tilottama laid back on the chaise-love-bed in her room. She didn’t have much choice in her…

Short Story: Them’s The Breaks.

Them’s The Breaks. “God-dammit Reena! I can’t take this anymore!” Bhairav roared as he paced around the room. The room itself looked as though a tornado had hit it, everything was in disarray and the air was thick with tension as Reena watched him walk in infinity loops around the debris, fuming and red-faced. “Please..”…