Silver bell

‘Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house. Not a creature was stirring…. “Ok, time for bed. You need to go to sleep so Santa will come.” Nick said. “One more story please!” Heather begged him. He looked down at the little girl nestled in her bed, big brown eyes pleading to him […]

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coffee on tuesdays part two

The Dinner Sean waited outside the restaurant. He picked her favorite place, he thought it was maybe silly, but he knew how much she loved the food here. He saw her walking down the sidewalk towards him. She was wearing a dark green knee length dress and her usual yellow jacket. “Hi.” He said. “Hi.” […]

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Coffee on tuesdays part one

Every Tuesday they would meet at a little cafe outside of town. They would sit across from each other, drinking coffee. For an hour or two they would just exist. They talked about everything, shared their secrets with each other, the ones they couldn’t tell anyone else. They could just be themselves there in that […]

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Our house

Ellie sat in her rocking chair, watching the people leave. They all came to her to give her their condolences. She held a glass of wine in her hand, but hadn’t yet taken even a sip. After the last of the guests left, her oldest, Ashley, came over and put her hand on her shoulder. […]

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Red light

This short story was inspired by this picture I took at a red light. Red Light The sun was setting, the sky glowed pink and orange. Lucile tossed her sunglasses into the passenger seat as she pulled up to the red light. She held her foot on the brake and closed her eyes. The day […]

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Sarah’s Grave by Michael Stoneburner

This is a true ghost story by Michael Stoneburner. You can find more his work here http://www.michaelstoneburner.com Sarah’s Grave By Michael Stoneburner I massaged the steering wheel eagerly. I’d crack a slight smile and look over to the passenger seat. His leg was bobbing up and down in anticipation. I wasn’t sure why we were […]

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Elizabeth by L.H. Tupper

Elizabeth By L.H. Tupper Elizabeth woke to thunder cracking outside. She pulled off the covers and stepped onto the cold wood floor. Rain crashed on the window, lightning flashed illuminating her bedroom. The fire still burned in the fireplace, and she used it to light the candle lighter. The lightning flashed again, followed by a […]

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