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Shifting Sand | Now Available

Shifting Sand,” is another flash fiction piece I worked on while I was in school. Ariel Chart International Literary Journal accepted it for publication in January for their February edition. I thoroughly enjoyed writing this piece. My teacher had given us a picture prompt. It contained, what appeared to be, an old hotel room and a couple sitting out on a balcony with drink in their hands. We couldn’t see their faces. Using the picture, they then expected us to write a flash fiction piece based on the image.

I’m excited at the chance to share this story with you. Please click the link above, I hope you enjoy it.

Photo by Adrien King on Unsplash

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Lena Stanton is on the run. She doesn’t know who they are or what they want, but she is about to find out.

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