Flash Fiction

When You Know Your Captor

December 4, 2017

They say it’s never a stranger. It’s always someone you know. Someone you trust. Someone from your inner circle. That couldn’t be more true. I watch as he sharpens the knife, it’s stainless steel blade glinting in the dim light of the trailer. My hands are bound behind my back and I can’t remember the […]

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Dancing with a Stranger at the Masquerade

December 3, 2017

“I never stood a chance, did I?” he said, sweeping the hair from my face. I smiled into his palm, kissing the rough calloused surface. His hand told me the story of his life. It wasn’t easy. He’d never had anything given to him. He’d worked for everything he ever had. And I wondered if […]

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