First off, welcome! My name is Jenn and I'm an aspiring writer. This blog is a place for me to post my fiction and get it out into the world and share it with people like you. Check out the Story Index for a list and links to the stories that are active on my site.… Continue reading First Time Here?
Catch up on the story here Warmth. Something soft beneath me. A crackling fire. Tripp’s voice nearby, groggy, saying “what... what happened?” A scuffling sound. Cool hands pressing against my arm, my face. “Maggie? Maggie wake up.” My eyelids are so heavy and I feel so comfy. I don’t want to wake up. “What did you… Continue reading They’re Just Like Us (The Finale)
Catch up on the story here Leaves and twigs crunch under our feet as we snake our way through the forest at sundown the next day. We met at one of the trail parking lots and left the cars there, heading deep into the forest, leaving the trails far behind us. The barely-there crescent moon peeked… Continue reading They’re Just Like Us (Part 7)
Catch up on the story here It’s too early in the morning and the low hanging sun is reflecting orange off the lake when I pull into one of the many parking lots that are stationed along the wooden walking path. The clock on my dash reads 6:59, one minute before Tripp told me to meet… Continue reading They’re Just Like Us (Part 6)
Catch up on the story here My heart thumps in my chest and I can’t breathe. I’m out of options. “Brrraaaaaiiiiiiinnnnnsssss” It takes a second for this to process. It sounds like the audio track of a cheesy horror film. I’m so confused and shocked that I blurt out, “What??” His booming laughter fills the empty… Continue reading They’re Just Like Us (Part 5)
Catch up on the story here My mom has been hugging me for the last 5 minutes. She hasn’t said anything since the sunrise siren except for a few heavy sighs into my hair. Every now and then her grip loosens around me and I think she’s about to pull back but instead she just pulls… Continue reading They’re Just Like Us (Part 4)
178 words I used to smile. I used to be fun and smile at everyone and anything. Then something happened and it became harder and harder to smile. I stayed at home, curled up in bed, shutting myself off from the world. I cried for no reason and hated everything I used to love. “Snap… Continue reading Antidepressant (Flash Fiction)
In the tiny one story home, the sound of big band jazz music can be heard everywhere. It would actually be enjoyable if it wasn't for the fact that it was the exact same songs that have played on repeat every single day for the last four years. Add to that the ever present sound of all… Continue reading The Patient (Short Story – 100 Prompts)