Read some of my short stories & flash fiction.
A Distant Past
My name is Gabriel and I just turned ten years old, and I already have one true enemy—the sun. To say I’ve been brought up in a dark environment is an understatement. For as long as I can remember, and I can only remember the past two years, I haven’t seen or felt the sunshine outside. You’re probably wondering what the reason is for that. Well, my parents told me I was in a serious car accident two years ago. And once I got back from the hospital, I […]
I pulled my arm back in and rolled up the window. My watch said it was 3:55. Almost 4 AM and I was still driving through the night. I was glad we left Austin around midnight. That way we could beat the morning traffic. We were looking forward to having the time of our lives visiting the annual Blues Festival in Mississippi.
The fuel gauge indicated there was still enough gas to drive for another hundred miles. There was just one problem — the next town […]
Red means stop, orange means caution, and green means go. I watched as the light in front of me went from orange to red while my car came to a halt. It was the only car on this street, so I had all the time in the world to slow down. Maybe I could have even run the red light if I wanted to. My mind was preoccupied with other things, so it was a miracle I even saw the light turn orange. It’s been about an hour since […]
I looked at the bar, thinking to myself.
“What the hell am I even doing here? This is nothing but a scam, a complete waste of time.”
The keys of my car were dangling in my hand, still unsure about my decision. I pressed the key and I heard the locks of my car getting activated. I pressed it one more time, just to be sure. One can never be careful enough, especially in a place like this.
I made my way towards the bar, and walked through […]