The #FridayFlash Report – Vol 3 Number 24

November 15, 2011 in FridayFlash Report by JM Strother

To keep everyone on their toes I am actually getting the Report out in some semblance of “on time.” We had 44 stories this week including  3 debuts. Considering that we are in the throes of NaNoWriMo, that is pretty good turn out. Please welcome T.D.Boush, Rosalind Smith-Nazilli, and Lacy Lalonde to the #FridayFlash community.

If your story is not in the listing just visit the Collector and add your details. We’ll have it in next week’s listing. Thanks again to everyone who participates. I continue to believe this is one of the best communities of writers on the web. You are all terrific. ~jon

The Stories

7 Messages by T.J. McIntyre @southernweirdo ~ Horror ~

A Busy Saturday Morning by Aaron Conaway @M_Gideon ~ Slice of Life ~

A Life of Discovery by Lara Dunning @LaraDunning ~ Literary ~

A Slight Delay by Simon Kearns @simongkearns ~ Unspecified ~

Angel Screams by James Tallett @thefourpartland ~ Unspecified ~

Arts Funding by Chris Munroe @munsimunsi ~ Slice of Life ~

Boxing Day 1975 by Drew Payne @drew_london ~ Slice of Life ~

Bullet Proof by Alex Carrick @Alex_Carrick ~ Literary ~

Carl’s Dragon by Chris Gladis @mshades01 ~ Fantasy ~

Clockwork Deputy by Craig Smith @CraigWFSmith ~ Steampunk ~

Devil Darners by Lisamarie Lamb @lisamarie20010 ~ Horror ~

Eleventh Hour, Eleventh Day by Kari Fay @morganafiolett ~ Unspecified ~

Father Knows Best by Anke Wehner @Anke ~ Unspecified ~

Fatherly advice by Matt Merritt @1block ~ Slice of Life ~

Five Minutes by Michael J. Solender @mjsolender ~ Literary ~

Food for thought by Steve Green @n/a ~ Unspecified ~

Freddy the Fiddler by Richard Bon @LiminalFiction ~ Slice of Life ~

from by Katherine Hajer @eyrea ~ Science Fiction ~

Haunted by John Xero @xeroverse ~ Cross Genre ~

Hostage by David Hill Burns @fictdoodles ~ Literary ~

It Isn’t Easy Being by John Wiswell @Wiswell ~ Cross Genre ~

Killers by T.D.Bousho @TDBousho ~ Experimental ~ Debut

Kramer’s Dolls by Tom Gillespie @tom_gillespie ~ Slice of Life ~

Pleasurebot, Parts 1 & 2 by Tony Noland @TonyNoland ~ Science Fiction ~

Precipiece by Annie Evett @annieevett ~ Science Fiction ~

Remember Yesterday by Rosalind Smith-Nazilli @mrsnazilli ~ Slice of Life ~ Debut

Remembrance by Tim VanSant @TimVanSant ~ Slice of Life ~

Remembrance by Icy Sedgwick @icypop ~ Slice of Life ~

So Few by J. M. Strother @jmstro ~ Slice of Life ~

So Now I’m Forgotten (in my own imagination) by Chris Morton @chrris9 ~ Experimental ~

Spawn of the Great Man Cats: Legend of the Demon Vampires by carole gill @carolelynngill ~ Horror ~

Stowaway by Lisa Vooght @ficflash ~ Historical ~

The Bone Chimes by Melissa L. Webb @melissalwebb ~ Horror ~

The Dark by Helen A. Howell @Helenscribbles ~ Fantasy ~

The Deschide Usa Inn by Graham Peter @GrahamZA ~ Paranormal ~

The Eastbound 5:59 by Jeremy Warach @jwarach ~ Slice of Life ~

The Good Mother by Sonia Lal @soniawrite ~ Unspecified ~

The Last Smoker by David D Sharp @aweeadventure ~ Slice of Life ~

The life of a dream by Estrella Azul @EstrellaAzul ~ Unspecified ~

The Visit by Emma Newman @emapocalyptic ~ Magical Realism ~

Thoughts of Foul Boys by W. J. Howard @by_wjhoward ~ Horror ~

Underground by Chuck Allen @chuckallen ~ Slice of Life ~

Venus and Mars by Angie C. @techtigger ~ Fantasy ~

What I Keep Hidden in My Room by Lacy Lalonde @lacylalonde ~ Cross Genre ~ Debut

 

The wrap

Thanks to all our readers. We love you. And please, if you enjoy a story leave comments when you visit. Writers love feedback almost as much as chocolate. Maybe more! Then go tell your friends to read it too. Help these writers grow.

You can subscribe to the #fridayflash hashtag (external link) on Twitter every week for more great flash fiction.

We’re on Facebook (external link) too.
~jon

 

JM Strother (83 Posts)

Founder of the #fridayflash meme and of Friday Flash Dot Org

Jon M. Strother is a writer of fact, fiction, and bad poetry. His passion is fiction, though creative nonfiction and an occasional how-to will creep in now and then. He has written several novels and novellas, so far unpublished, many published flash fiction pieces, and created #fridayflash.

Jon lives in an inner suburb of St. Louis and enjoys cycling, gardening, and wasting far too much time playing Civilization III. Hey, we all have vices. He's got a wife and kids, and a Beagle affectionately known as Psycho-pup. Jon blogs at Mad Utopia.