The Crime Scene Cleaner – A Flash Fiction

It was not that Mr. Annar had forgotten to close his blinds as everyone had suspected, it was that he had dismantled the installation, making it impossible for anyone to block his view of the entire parking lot. The central bay window was perfectly spaced, allowing him to take advantageRead More…

The Forgotten

No one remembered The Forgotten, the outcasts, that were tossed from our society as if they were garbage, not human beings, who did nothing wrong. Those people, hidden behind the deep walls that surrounded our cities, were simply different, not fitting in with the norm of prescribed standards of lookRead More…

Book Review: Improve Your Memory Every Day

Title: Improve Your Memory Every Day Author: Robert Allen Publisher: Pavilion Books Release Date: February 16th, 2015 Genre: Non-Fiction Adult/ Self-Help Rating: 3/5 Stars The idea of the Improve Your Memory Every Day is great, even the illustrations are kind of fun, but what turned me off about this book,Read More…

The Future – A Flash Fiction

One day, not long from now, when we all have done the deeds that brought us to this point and time, we will be the forgotten ones. When a war, we could have stopped, swallowed us whole, and the creation of more and more wasteful things, has taken over –Read More…

Loss – A Haiku

cut off from my life passion never to unfold frozen and alone Copyright Claudia H. Blanton 2015 This post was inspired by today’s daily prompt: Cut Off Here is what other bloggers wrote as a responds to this prompt: Cut Off – A Flash Fiction The Goldilocks Zone of KindnessRead More…

Better Late Than Never – Celebrate The Small Things

I am so behind on blog hops this week! But I think I have a reasonable excuse, considering that I have been writing up a storm. Besides working on reviews (thank you for everyone who has sent me copies of their work, I love you all, and will post theRead More…

The End Of Everything – A Flash Fiction

He scared me, with such a profoundness that I knew I would never be the same. Not that he was threatening, this fragile, old man with the broad rimmed hat, but his eyes, gazing at me with the intensitivy of a powerful personality, borred into my soul, and left aRead More…

Impact – A Flash Fiction

One day can change everything. I had never appreciated that sentiment until this very moment. A breath, a glance, a decision, all actions that are fleeting, but their impact felt long after, creating waves of changes not to be taken lightly. Until now, standing here, in the midst of theRead More…

Her – A Flash Fiction

She wasn’t supposed to be here, hell she was not even supposed to be in this country, according to his sources, but even the best sources could get it wrong. His heart broke with every step she took toward him, knowing that, no matter what he would say, he couldRead More…