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Flash Fiction Friday: Lost and Found

The last bell of the day buzzed through the classrooms of the junior high. Doors flew open and the hallways were flooded with students ready to enjoy the weekend. “Hey, Trevor!” A small boy with cracked glasses and shaggy hair ran down the hall. Trevor stopped, adjusted his backpack. “What’s up, Noah?” Noah panted. “Where… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Lost and Found

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Flash Fiction Friday: Home

The precious jewels weighed heavy in Andy’s hand. Emeralds, rubies, diamonds. The corner of his mouth curled as he spilled them into his small sack. He took one last glance at the sleeping figure of King Henry VIII. Then he tip-toed out of the bed chambers and slipped through the door. “Did you get them?”… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Home

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Dust Blog Tour Stop #21 Interview with author Kara Swanson

Welcome to the Dust Blog Tour Stop #21!! I'm so excited to be part of this blog tour! Kara is one of my favorite authors and I know she's looking forward to getting Dust into your hands! But the tour isn't over just yet, Lost Boys and Girls. Keep flying! Hook is following your trail… Continue reading Dust Blog Tour Stop #21 Interview with author Kara Swanson

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BURN Blog Tour: Interview with author JM Hackman

Welcome, JM Hackman to Caffeinated Fiction. We're happy to have this chance to learn a few secrets about your upcoming release, BURN! Let's jump right in! Did you always plan for THE FIREBRAND CHRONICLES to be a trilogy? When I wrote Spark, I had no idea how many books would be in the series. I… Continue reading BURN Blog Tour: Interview with author JM Hackman

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Flash Fiction Friday: Quarantine Prom

Ruby twirled in front of her mirror, her champagne colored dress spinning, too. Her smile waned. The pandemic had swept the world in a matter of weeks. School = canceled. Graduation = postponed. Senior year = ruined. Prom = gone. Her stomach clenched as she snatched up her phone and fell onto her bed. Her… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Quarantine Prom

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Flash Fiction Friday: Chocolate Chip Cookies

Tabitha licked the sweet gooey batter that dripped from her finger. Yum. The idea of baking chocolate chip cookies had popped in her head during suppertime with her family. Now she had the kitchen to herself with no one around to warn her against eating raw dough. She smiled and dipped her finger back into… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Caffeinated Fiction Updates 2020!

Hey friends! I realize it's been a hot minute since I've last posted but wanted to let you know that I'm still alive! *tosses confetti* "Why Laura, you've been silent for so long! What have you been up to?" Welp, lots. Over the past four months: I've completed a NaNoWriMo with a brand new YA… Continue reading Caffeinated Fiction Updates 2020!

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Flash Fiction Friday: Thanksgiving Supper

“Tomorrow is Thanksgiving!” Mama Mary plopped herself at the rickety dining table, the weathered cookbook passed down from her great-grandmother spread before her. “It’s a day when we give thanks.” She flashed a smile filled with crooked, yellowed teeth. “And it’s a day for eating!” “Yay!” All three of her young children danced around the… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Thanksgiving Supper

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Flash Fiction Friday: Last Night On The Titanic

The young man stood at the bow of the ship, the evening breeze tossing his hair as the sky faded from muted pink to deep plum. "Hello, Jack." Rose approached in a cautious manner, a smile on her lips. "I changed my mind." Jack's eyes glinted against the dipping sun. "Give me your hand." She… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Last Night On The Titanic

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Flash Fiction: Perfect Pumpkin

The pumpkin was simple, yet unique. Not your average shade of tangerine orange. More of a rich honey color. Three faint kelly green stripes bled from the stem, reaching halfway down one side. The shape was mostly round, a small bulge the size of a fist near the top. Perfectly normal for carving a perfectly… Continue reading Flash Fiction: Perfect Pumpkin