#TuesFlashFicTrain has a new home!

Hello hello! So it has been quite some time since I've done anything for this flash prompt series. A combination of being overwhelmed with work and just not having the time to dedicate to it led to its being neglected. However, I have good news for those of you hoping it would come back! The… Continue reading #TuesFlashFicTrain has a new home!

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#TuesFlashFicTrain – Night Shift

Night Shift by Renee L.Tennis-McKinley and Stacy Overby Gloria hustled to grab her jacket from the locker room, then ran for the time clock. She’d gotten a late start this evening; her keys managing to not be where she’d expected. Ten minutes wasted searching for them left her rushing to be at her post on time. As… Continue reading #TuesFlashFicTrain – Night Shift

#TuesFlashFicTrain – Rita

Rita by Renee L.Tennis-McKinley, Stacy Overby, Chad R. Smith, and Imagenn793 Rita sneezed. Her nose dripped and she was sure some gremlin was positioned behind her left eye. It was armed with a needle and was repeatedly stabbing the back of that eye. As much as her nose itched and snotted, her eye watered at each… Continue reading #TuesFlashFicTrain – Rita

#TuesFlashFicTrain – Fiction

Fiction by Stephanie Ayers, Renee L.Tennis-McKinley, and Stacy Overby The waiter held up the wine bottle and angled it towards the table. “This our finest red from Virginia, a cool, yet crisp concoction of red and white grape, aged to perfection, with a slight pucker.” He filled the four glasses with a thimbleful of wine, set… Continue reading #TuesFlashFicTrain – Fiction

#TuesFlashFicTrain – Gone

Gone by Stephanie Ayers and Renee L.Tennis-McKinley The stale air of vacancy met my nostrils. A layer of dust settled over the tidy couch. Photographs appeared faded in their frames. I picked up the closest one. Father and I at a baseball game. His body language spoke volumes as he stood a small distance from… Continue reading #TuesFlashFicTrain – Gone