“There’s a man in the water!” someone yelled. All the tourists at the lookout point congregated around the railing looking into the river.
Below is the first Taco Broadcast. Rather than ramble on about why I am doing this, just watch the video, and that should give you the information you need. Enjoy!
Last week, my family and I took our annual vacation to Walt Disney World. For the last five years or so, we’ve gone there for vacation for a number of reasons.
Another year of that and she was sure she’d go mad. After all, you go only handle so much.
Cover art, title, release date, excerpts, and tacos! Oh my!
Tommy looked at all the assorted ornaments on his grandmother’s bookshelf. Many were made of wood and resembled birds and other animals. Something caught his attention, and he noticed one of the ornaments, a colorful little moth, was flapping its wings. It flew in the area and traveled the path of a circle before landing again in the spot it ascended from and remained still.
The final guest flash fiction piece this week comes from author AJ Powers. This story wraps up the week well, giving us some fiction that has some action. This is the first time I can recall reading a piece of flash fiction that is sci-fi action based, and I have to say it’s a fun, … Read more
Here’s the third author who accepted the called on Twitter to write flash fiction for my site this week. Aden Penn submitted the story Dusk Valley. This is a great tale, that in my opinion, flips the Walt Disney World concept on its head. What do I mean by that? Well, give the story a … Read more
The second flash fiction author of the week is Amanda Leduc. I’m so glad that she submitted this piece of fiction as it takes an interesting concept and then tells us that not all people are created equal. It’s a testimony to life in that we all have different strengths and weaknesses. Amanda let me … Read more