Snack-sized Stories for Readers, Short on Time.
Love to read, but can never find the time? You're not alone. These are easy to enjoy, easy to digest (really) short stories for busy people. Because everyone has 5 minutes.
The kids at his camp love Mr. W while his own daughter barely knows him. Will a last-ditch attempt at connection save their relationship or hurt the camp?
From the moment her tiny legs could carry her from the big house across the expanse of green grass and up the gravel path toward my […]
Rich Easter only wants what he’s owed. When he sells priceless information, the innocent pay.
A couple’s nightly routine is disturbed by curious noises.
The reflection staring back at her is a stranger. The teased hair, thick makeup, and blue eyes under fake lashes should be familiar, she’s worn this […]
Drink morning coffee. Get mail. Wake up in cage. Not a great morning.
While Anton hunts for his missing daughter, tensions that have been slowly building come to a head around him.
When his life’s work observing and recording the underwater activity of Merpeople has unintended consequences, Rich Easter just wants to live out the consequences of his actions in solitude. But a final job may offer a chance for redemption.
Will a sobering birthday celebration be the first step on the road to redemption?
The penalty for killing a dragon was death, but when I killed one, I was granted eternal life.
Allison Spooner brings worlds, characters, and stories to life in just a few words. In the last two years, she's published two books of short fiction; Flash in the Dark: A Collection of Flash Fiction and The Problem With Humans: And Other Stories. Allison’s writing crosses genres and has been compared to The Twilight Zone and Harlon Ellison.