I could smell her rat’s nest presence when no one could. Of course, no one was a bona fide witch hunter like me. Every victory made me sense their presence even more.
She smiled demurely. A school counselor; what a great cover.
I’d run her out of town by Monday.
Since Lin Jenkinson was introduced to 50 Word Stories, she has been addicted. But only micro-addicted. Hopefully Zoey will have many witch-hunting adventures in the future.
Driving, they came across a sock.
“Weird how there’s always one sock lying on the road. Who takes one sock off?”
“Probably trying to escape,” came the retort. “That’s why there’s always one missing.”
Then the sock stood and ran, continuing his mission to flee his overbearing mate.
Lin Jenkinson is really getting into these 50 Word Stories, and believes flash fiction will be the new entertainment. Find here at DailyTwoCents.
Emma. Such a sweet young woman. And now he was going to make her his—forever.
Of course, she had no idea what he had become, seemingly overnight.
No matter, she would find out when he visited Valentine’s night.
But first he would take her out for a quick bite.
Lin loves flash fiction, mysteries, and thoughtful horror. Twists and humour are like spices that flavour a writer’s work. She is still waiting to be rich and famous.
When he awoke he was under the bed, the blinds were down and the room was in darkness. Was it day or night? There was a distinct iron taste—of blood?—in his mouth. He felt satisfied, giddy.
Running his tongue over his sharp canines, he knew.
It had begun.
Lin Jenkinson is a Canadian woman who has a penchant for iconic horror and flash fiction. She has been known to write poetry and non-horror but only on off days.