A Risk Prioritised Of Fashion – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

“Seven days! SEVEN DAYS!” Shaun yells as he thrusts a fist into the wall, a handful of millimetres from her face. She glares at him, curling her lips and snarling from the back of her throat. “DON’T BLAME ME FOR YOUR PROBLEMS! WE HAD A DEAL, AND YOU FAILED TO PERFORM AS REQUIRED. HAD IT …

Enamel Coated Bathtubs – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

The water splashes onto his skin with a predestined purpose, hitting the flesh like tiny balls, exploding as they hit their target. The water washes away the blood, and carries it to the enamelled surface of the troth, and then down the drain. “Do you think, he’ll remember?” Deborah asks, as she casts a glance …

Through The Cornfield – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

The door falls to the ground and Lucas stares deathly towards Marian and Fiona. “You’ve both been very, very naughty!” he says through a wicked smile. “The things you’ve said and have done over the last half an hour have contradicted everything you promised me you would do, and now with all my family dead …

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!” …