Short Stories

This is a list of short stories (that aren’t horror) that I have written and posted. Each story is a standalone piece, and doesn’t require reading other pieces to get the story. Look here from time to time to see what’s new.

1:20 – 1417 words. Watch someone’s daily routine unfold.

Forced Entry – 1159 words. Arguments can be complicated sometimes, but that won’t stop Adam’s relationship with his mom being potentially ruined.

En Enlace – 1022 words. Veronica is finally gaining her freedom from being a slave. Unfortunately, the way she gains that freedom is by marrying her owner.

I Like Your Bag – 819 A person getting onto the bus experiences a multitude of emotions simply by seeing a cute bag.

Wendell and the Weird Witch – 1702 words. Wendell and his friends go to the local “witch’s” house to antagonise her. Turns out, however, she is a real witch.

Virtual Beginnings – 2337 words. Error: Data Corrupted. Would you like to attempt to recover data? Recovering travel logs. . . Recovery successful.

Train Ride – 355 words. Two girls go home on a train after a long night at the club.

What am I? Is this really something I can be? – 526 words. A trans girl finally admits to her parents that she’s trans. But only by slipping a note under their door and then trying to run away from home.

Let’s Not – 726 words. This camp is not going super well.

Trainyard – 342 words. A rookie artist goes to the local trainyard to add their graffiti to the collection

A Wintertime Tale of Asexuality – 936 words. Ash must explain to ver mom the concept of asexuality.

Doodles – 779 words. A caring pet owner takes their cat to the vet.

Take Note – 262 words. Someone found a note on their bus ride home. Does it mean anything?

Riverside – 244 words. A microfiction about two friends sitting by a river.

A Promise – 875 words. Two friends made a promise to each other- one that neither of them can keep.

Elisa – 7189 words. Claire’s estranged uncle comes to visit, along with his children. One of them, Elisa, becomes fast friends with Claire. However, with both of their fathers fighting, they aren’t sure this friendship will last.

“…I had no idea.” – 391 words. One person waits for hours for their partner to return home, and yet their partner fails to show up.