What Would You Do – Flash Fiction Story

A black and white image of a pair of open hands submerged in water

Reading Time: 2 minutes I know something that I wish I didn’t. This knowledge came to me in the form of a confession. But I call it panic-stricken sharing. The person who gave me this information is someone close to me. No… Read More

A Loving Taste by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

The drawing of a faceless man with an X on his blank face and his hands raised in surrender

Reading Time: < 1 minute Welcome to TUESDAY FLASH FICTION at Gobblers/Masticadores! A dog can be a man’s best friend. Loyal, loving, and a wonderful companion. But what happens when age catches up with a canine buddy? Is it so easy to let… Read More

Tumbleweed by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

Tumbleweed lying in the middle of a dry and dusty road

Reading Time: < 1 minute Welcome! It’s Flash Fiction Tuesday at Gobblers / Masticadores. Lost and forlorn. A feeling that consumes and debilitates. Ever felt like people aren’t your thing, the world isn’t your place… Read ahead, and click the blue link to… Read More

I Will Save Him – Flash Fiction Story

A heart-shaped photo frame with broken glass and a mother and son photograph

Reading Time: 2 minutes ‘I will save him.’ Gurri looked at his wife. They were in the supermarket, aisle seven. He was having a hard time keeping his hands in his pockets. The sweet delights on the shelves were begging him to… Read More

Traitor John by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

Cartoon of a brain falling into a garbage can

Reading Time: < 1 minute Hello lovely readers! Hope you’re fit and fine without the extra wine. Welcome to TUESDAY FLASH FICTION at GOBBLERS / MASTICADORES! What happens when the brain just can’t stop speaking? It’s at loggerheads with the heart and won’t… Read More

Cuckoo Bird Crazy – Flash Fiction Story

A pair of hands holding up a cardboard with an angry emoji face painted on it

Reading Time: 2 minutes The boy hated his name. It made him want to hide in the shadows and question his parents’ wisdom. But the nonsensical tag was more the mother’s doing than the father’s. The couple had never gotten along, and… Read More

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