Author: Shyla Fairfax-Owen
Flash Fiction – Full Reset
(895 words) Juliette's eyes spring open in a panic. The vein along her neck throbs, pumping the blood hard and fast. A firework of pain explodes inside of her mind and her spine wrenches, thrusting her chest towards the sky.
The Sunshine Blogger Award
Thank you to Kathryn for the nomination (tag)!
I Am Many Things
An essay (Or, a Stream of Consciousness) about a few things that are important to me.
Flash Fiction – Stitch Together
Imogen rolled the crochet hook between her thumb and forefinger, chewing the inside of her cheek. Her grandmother's stitches were so precise, so intentional; she couldn't help but worry her clumsy fingers would ruin them.
Book Tag – Unpopular Book Opinions
Honesty is refreshing! Join me in sharing your unpopular book opinions
Haiku – Weeping Willow
Weeping Willow, cry! No more. The wolves will keep you... In good company.
Two Short Halloween Stories
Hi All! I am re-posting two of my own Halloween-themed stories below. The first one, Jack, is from last year, and the second is Little Monster, from this year. I hope you enjoy them (again). Jack “Step 1: Dissect” Mary moved the instructions out of her way and set to work. The knife was efficient;… Continue reading Two Short Halloween Stories
31 Days of Spooktober Reads & Eats – Day 31!
My last book and food pairing of the season!
31 Days of Spooktober Reads & Eats – Day 29 & 30
31 days of spooky book and food pairings