Dangers Ain’t Nothing – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

She takes his hand and smiles awkwardly as he helps her to her feet. “You should be more carful sweets, you can’t be sure what dangers lurk out in the darkness,” he says. “How can you be sure I’m not one of those dangers?” “How can YOU be sure I’m not?” “Because I know who …

Tinker Totem Teller – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

“Tick-tock Johnston, what’s it going to be?” Stuart asks with a sneer. “I’m not a-af-afraid of you, o-or your woo-oo-dden toy!” Stuart grins broadly, “If you’re not afraid, why do you leak water from your fleshy pours?” he says as he drags a finger across Johnston’s brow, and wipes the sweat from his forehead, then …

Saturday Night At The Movies – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

He hesitates  for a moment and looks across the blades edge, “You know this could’ve been but a small hump in the road, we could’ve been better than this moment.” “LIAR! YOU’VE ALWAYS BEEN FOCUSED ON THIS MOMENT! YOU’VE HAD NOTHING ELSE BUT THIS AS YOUR END GAME, SO SAVE THE LIES FOR SOMEONE ELSE!” …

Gifts Promised From Flesh Given – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

“I-I-I, I would die for you,” he stammers through lips that uncontrollably twitch with nervous energy. “I know that now.” “Y-Y-You should’ve always have know that, when I promised to love you forever, I did it without hesitation.” Her smile widens and she laughs softly. “Perhaps if I had trusted that promise, instead of doubting …

The Passage Of A King – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

“I avoided the totem pole system and took it, like all those that had served in the role before me. To be king, is not by prestige or hereditary, it is by blood and spitfire. This so-called royal blood you claim to have coursing through your veins is worthless if you’re not willing to burn …

A Fake Smile – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

I don’t care about you. So, life without you will not change for me.” “Y-Y-Your words cu-ut me deeper than any knife ever c-cou-could. I-I-I, I thought w-we had something s-special. I-I-I, I thought I was y-y-your other side. I-I-I, I thought w-we we-were the yang to the oth-others y-y-ying.” “But we’re not, we’re not …