Four Horsemen, A Tale of the End

Yet another nuclear bomb exploded beyond the mountains, lighting up the sky. The world had gone mad and fallen into war. The last war. The Four Horsemen, now summoned, were riding forth, the Apocalypse stirred in their shadows. They would ensure that humans would never again inflict such harm to the Earth and each other.Continue reading “Four Horsemen, A Tale of the End”

A Sinking Ship, A Micro Tale

Calming the crowds as the ship was sinking, the musicians began another tune. Much like the Titanic, it brought little cheer before the end came. ——————— Not to be a ‘Sky is Falling!’ sort, but somedays, that’s how our current society feels. Written for Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge, #42 Musicians image by mirceaianc @ pixabay.comContinue reading “A Sinking Ship, A Micro Tale”

Room Service – A Flash Fiction for #FFFC

Gregory had just finished transferring the photo set from his camera to his laptop. All that was left was sending this packet of damning photos to his contact at the agency. Just then, there was a knock at the door. “Room service”, spoke the voice from the other side. It was about time, it seemedContinue reading “Room Service – A Flash Fiction for #FFFC”

Windows Into The Soul, A Tale For Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge

Gary studied the man intently, capturing every detail. The length of the man’s hair, the shape of his nose. None of it would matter much though if he didn’t get the eyes just right. He spent most of his time on the man’s eyes. Windows into the man’s being, his soul. Eyes told you aContinue reading “Windows Into The Soul, A Tale For Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge”