Stalking Leads to Restraining Orders (A Self Help Guide)

These tips and tricks will give you some of the basics you’ll need to woo your girl and stay out of jail in the process! Remember: Stalking leads to restraining orders!

Smudged

Prompt: Smudged Smudged are her thoughts, just around the edges, from perfect precision to hazy and obscure. A lipstick smear on the collar of her mind, telling, withholding reason. She has lost all sense of where to go from here. The journey meanders on the same path, backwards and forwards, and onwards... again? Never deviating, … Continue reading Smudged

Dante’s Hotel

We were given an “upgraded” room, number 1701, near the tip of the iceberg, the hotel’s zenith. (Welcome Mr. Ambassador.) One can only imagine which of Dante’s seven levels of Hell each of the sixteen floors below must’ve been.

Devil’s Canyon

His finger itched for action involuntarily, but this was more than a coyote scare. That was the pitch of Rose Spencer sinking into his pores, and she was no stranger to gunpowder and shrewd aim.

The Bank of the Boyfriend

Prompt: A Mouse in a Cupboard Genre: Memoir The world is a wide open field, open to possibilities, the sky is the limit, or so they say. Creativity can be found in even the smallest blade of grass, if you consider it from the right perspective. I was still in the process of recovering from … Continue reading The Bank of the Boyfriend

A Steep Price

Prompt: Suspense, An Audio Engineer named Leland Lamb, A Window, “Do not leave me.”, Your character has just met the love of his life, Age: 52, Short, Dark Skin, Waist-length mahogany hair, Piercing Blue Eyes, Gaunt Build, Serious Personality, Has Seen the World, 350 Words Ava Blain readjusted her blouse nervously as the odd-looking audio … Continue reading A Steep Price

Saving The Day, Literally

Prompt: Science Fiction, An Archivist, A Beer, “How do you take it?”, Raphael Diak, Age: 81, Tall, Dry Skin, Wavy and Purple Hair, Haunted Eyes, Emaciated Build, Cowardly, Happy Childhood, 600 Words (Details pulled from a prompt generator) “How do you take it?” Raphael snapped back to the present. “Um, I asked for a beer, … Continue reading Saving The Day, Literally