Since I do intend to try and get the Sin Series (my book series) published someday, I am not going to post parts of the story.  However, I am going to post flash fiction based in that world.  Fondly, I call them “Fifteen Minute Ficlets”.  They are inspired by the Oxford English Dictionary Word-of-the-Day, and they must be written in fifteen minutes or less.  They are all rough, most of them unedited, but they are character and world expansion for me, and some of them are even kind of fun.

In the world of the Sin Series:
Perfect
Witch Hunt
Inspection Day
Reaper’s Rock
Eavesdropping
Invasion
Family Trade
The Trial of Pirate Captain Ronald Silard
Surprises
Second Chance
The Last Straw
Silent Night
Royal Feast
The Day Before Life Begins
Choosing Fate
A Prayer For the Hearth
Bold
Waiting Room
Half A Lady
Faux Diamonds
KNV Odessa
Pack It All Away
Don’t Rescue Me
Preparation
Hero
Midsummer Festival
Pretty Please
Sunrise Song

In the world of ‘Tweens:
Dust Bunnies
Forever Down

In the world of Absolutely Mad:
The Line

Sane

One of my upcoming goals for this blog is to upload all the old Ficlets that are sitting on my computer. There’s about 20 of them, many of them I think better quality than these, that I would like to share.

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