Tuesday Tidbit: Salvation

Happy Flash Fiction day, friends! This is an unfinished piece I just wanted to get out in my blog stream for today and out of my head. I do not know where it is going or why it is going there but it felt urgent as an idea. I always love watching other writers process of creation,…

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Tuesday Tidbit: Leaving

It was the way her mother looked at her when she said it that told her she wasn’t going to be getting any sort of sympathy, or any sort of help. If her father had found out he wouldn’t have been so kind to have only given her a look. It was also the way her mother…

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Tuesday Tidbit: Willkommen and Bonjour

Willkommen and Bonjour She said adios, but what she meant was te amo.  He said ciao, but what he meant was restare. The languages they spoke, which were so many between the two, never clashed, never interfered with the whole thing. It was tiring, however, always saying something you didn’t mean.

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Vibrant

Taking a look back I noticed the color of her lips as she spoke harshly: a soft rose-petal pink. Blue Jays flew out of her eyes at me, narrowly missing my gaze, and I caught the sound of a light purple breath escaping quietly. Light spits of fire grew orange under her neck, spreading quickly,…

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Tuesday Tidbit: 292

An interesting piece for your Tuesday Tidbit today! Enjoy! D.R Breshears Her feet, though weak, were carrying her through the cold crisp creek without fault, her cocoa-colored skin contrasting greatly with the not-so-delicate red cuts covering her heels and ankles like thick woolen socks. Despite the breathtaking beauty of the practically untouched Oregon backwoods surrounding…

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Tuesday Tidbit: Bullshit

Time for another Tuesday Tidbit! This week: Bullshit I am working with smaller flash fiction pieces, some would say the flashiest flash fiction.  Today’s word count? 100 words. Do you have a perfectly on point 100-word flash fiction piece? Comment with yours! Bullshit The bullshit was spreading faster than the heavy lines of rain rushing…

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Tuesday Tidbit: Little Loves

Tuesday Tidbit Flash Fiction, meet Tuesday Tidbit Love Poetry. Enjoy! -D.R Breshears Sometimes he feared what society told him would happen already did. He was afraid that commitment would lead to boredom. That finding love so soon would create room for future negative implications, for straying away and for finding other little loves. Sometimes, when…

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Good Morning

The alarm clock was heard from the other side of the thick wooden walls. He would slam the clock, yawn, cough, scratch his balls, then head to the bathroom. That gave her an approximate 7 minutes to fix her hair as well as she could, brushing her now scraggly brunette hair through her fingers, licking her…

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Tuesday Tidbit

Woah, that’s a big jump from women in society to porn, isn’t it? No, not at all. Let me tell you why.

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Tuesday Tidbit: Author S

Happy Tuesday Tidbit Day! Tuesdays are dedicated to Flash Fiction on throughdanielleseyes, and today I have a couple pieces written with a blogging friend of mine, Author S. (Visit her blog here).  We worked together on a simple back and forth exercise we like to call ’10 sentence stories’, because, well, they are each only 10…

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