Phone Fiction: Hello
Last night, I took a lot of pics at the family reunion on my digital camera. This morning, I got a chance to check them out. I got lots of pics of my family, and in some funny shots. Someone took a good pic of my brother and I, smiling bright for the camera.
But that’s not what caught my attention.
Standing next to me, with his arm around me, was my deceased grandfather, smiling like us.
Phone Fiction: Sunset
I watch the sun dip below the horizon, and the night covers it with her blanket. In the distant hills, the howling of the werewolves commence.
I hold my shotgun close to my hard beating chest. I killed one of them yesterday.
Tonight, I know they’ll want revenge.
I won’t go down easily.
Experiment: Phone Fiction
As one of those creative types, I’ve been doing some experimenting on my phone. I don’t have a smartphone, just a Samsung Brightside. It has a Notepad that holds up to 1000 characters, so I’ve had to get to the barebones of my stories. No fluff, no bullshit. I’ll post some some of them here soon.