“You guys want to order something?” he shouted to his two costumed companions. Without waiting to hear a response, he leaned back to catch the attention of the closest waitress. He waved the young girl over and tried to keep his eyes from wandering to her revealing outfit.
Eugene sloshed around the dregs of his glass, but didn’t want to risk taking another sip. “We did what we could out there,” Farley went on. “The men all fought well. The men all fought well.”
Why did I have to come here, I thought to myself as I pulled into the Sandalwood Motel’s parking lot.
“Your past is a skeleton walking one step behind you, and your future is a a skeleton walking one step in front of you. Maybe you don't wear a watch, but your skeletons do, and they always know what time it is.” ― Sherman Alexie (Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven)
We’ve got our second entry to the Noteworthy Literature flash fiction challenge. It’s an emotionally-engaging story from Jay Prew, He's an emerging young writer from London. I hope you all enjoy. Feel free to comment, like and share. Oh, and submit your own Flash Fiction stories and we’ll post them right here on Noteworthy Literature.... Continue Reading →
We've got our first entry to the Noteworthy Literature flash fiction challenge. It's a funny little story sent in from Yasmine Ara. I hope you all enjoy. Feel free to comment, like and share. Oh, and submit your own Flash Fiction stories and we'll post them right here on Noteworthy Literature. Enjoy! Rocket Scientist -... Continue Reading →
I recently got into a bit of a row with a fellow blogger over Flash Fiction, the literary genre that is usually between 500 and 1000 words. Is a thousand words really too long or is our attention span getting much shorter? Can we squeeze a good story into the space of a tweet, or do... Continue Reading →