Tag: death

Flash Fiction  – ‘Prisoners’

Flash Fiction – ‘Prisoners’

R.I.S.O.N Sade leaned back and surveyed the scrabble board. She calmly placed the ‘P’ tile on a triple letter score square. She looked out the window, heavy rain had been pouring down for hours. The howling winds threw leaves in the air and bent the 

Flash Fiction – ‘Catching the Flight’

Flash Fiction – ‘Catching the Flight’

The incessant ring of the alarm startled Anna awake. She sat upright in bed and flicked the alarm off, it was 5:15 am. She placed her head in her hands as she tried to recall her plan for the day. Was today Monday? She thought. 

Thieving Girls and Caring Fathers

Thieving Girls and Caring Fathers

Title: The Book Thief Author: Markus Zusak Date Published: December 2007 The Book Thief was my second foray into Young Adult Fiction, my first being The Hunger Games trilogy. I was on the search for a great book in a genre I hadn’t read for 

Flash Fiction – ‘Mother Dearest’

Flash Fiction – ‘Mother Dearest’

  He opened the door and saw her lying in her bed… weak, pale, barely breathing but still alive – his mother. The dark room was dimly lit by a lamp, heavy drapes were drawn against the morning light. The smell of damp, old clothes