It’s that time of year again for another NYCMidnight writing competition! However, I completely forgot to check my email and ended up missing the deadline. Big whoops! I entered this years 100-word micro-fiction competition. I was assigned fairytale/fantasy, swimming in a lake, and the word flaw. Today I wrote my story and submitted it lateContinue reading “Back to Writing”
I participated in NYCMidnight’s 100-word MicroFiction competition!
Through the Curtain The orphanage sat back from the main road and a dark atmosphere loomed over every nook and cranny of the estate. Tom Lopard, the middle-aged, drunk caretaker despised children after his wife passed, which meant Melissa and Olivia were in for a rough life. Melissa and Olivia knew Tom’s wife and lovedContinue reading “Day 26: Hidden”
A short story created for the NYCMidnight Flash Fiction challenge in 2017. I was given 48 hours, a genre, location, and object to write a 1,000 word story.