Another day, another story.
Flash fiction is how it reads. Like a flash of imagination that hopefully leaves the reader bedazzled and entertained, satisfied yet wanting to know more.
Please read another of my stories published by Gobblers/Masticadores.
It’s really wonderful how writers from across the world have a common platform to share their writings. Makes the world a smaller place after all. Please click the blue link to read the story ahead. Hope you enjoy it. Cheers!
It’s hard to have happy thoughts when you know that you’re dying. Also, I still haven’t gotten over my wife’s death. She fell off a cliff four days ago, plunging to her death. She couldn’t have survived. I would’ve fell with her, but my leg got stuck in a tree branch. The tree isn’t […]
An Anniversary Gift (Flash Fiction Story) by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores
An amazing story. I really liked the beginning.
Thank you so much! Appreciate it. 🙂
No winners in that cliffhanger ending. Good story!
You’re so right. No winners when left dangling.
Thanks so much! 🙂
Very nice! I enjoyed how she died like a stray dog. That’s how I live. Love your dark stories. Great job!
I think a lot of us fit into that category. It depends who owns up to it.
Thank you so much, Tony! 🙂
A fantastic piece, Terveen. 😊
Thank you so much, Jeff! 🙂
You’re welcome, Terveen. Always!
You certainly have a knack for telling stories where no one prevails. There’s a market for that, I think. Nicely done.
Thanks a lot, Rhyan. There’s a story wherever you look. 🙂
What a dark tale. I guess nobody is rushing to his rescue and he’s going to due there. My heart just skip a beat when reading your tale. So haunting and so beautiful.
He’s got himself into a real mess. Guess he wasn’t thinking straight. But sometimes, strong emotions overpower all rationale. Thank you for your lovely comment. It indeed is a sad tale. 🙂
Thought provoking and a bit unsettling as seen in most great stories such as this one!
It does hang in a precarious position. An inverted take on life. Thank you so much! Appreciate it. 🙂
Often in life we are faced with situations where no one wins, or other times, we want to blame someone for something catastrophic but no one is too blame.
Exactly. Many instances are no-win situations. But still the blame and hurt bounces back and forth. Thanks so much. 🙂