The sweet sugary scent of cookies drifted through the sparsely furnished house. Chocolate chip cookies, iced and sprinkled with silvery balls. “Are they ready?” Allyson bit her lip as she wrung her hands. “Almost there.” Valerie scooped the last of the cookies from the warm metal sheet and arranged it neatly with the others on… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Christmas Cookies
Flash Fiction Friday: RED ALERT
RED ALERT! RED ALERT! STAND CLEAR OF THE LOADING DOCK DOORS. SANTA’S SLEIGH HAS CLEARANCE FOR TAKE OFF! A whirl of wind swept through the dock before the metal doors slammed shut, plunging the room into silence. Two elves crouched low in the corner, hands above their heads to protect against the elements that had… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: RED ALERT
Flash Fiction Friday: Making a List
"Think we should give her a second chance?" "I don't know. She flushed her brother's homework down the toilet, and snuck an extra cookie last night." The small man with pointed ears adjusted his green cap. His female counterpart scrinched her nose. "Please? She's usually a sweet girl." He nodded. "Okay, but tell her parents… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Making a List
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