Short Stories and What Not

A LIttle Ditty About a Dog Named Ellie

The past couple of weeks have been busy with Mid-Terms, studying and presenting my paper at North Georgia Arts and Letters Conference.  Everything is running together in my head, so I decided that I would pull out a little story I wrote for my friend Carlene, featuring her little dog Ellie.  So for your enjoyment, here's… Continue reading A LIttle Ditty About a Dog Named Ellie

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Sci Fi Short Story – Different take on “The Last Man on Earth.”

I took out an old story from one of my writing groups.  We had to use the last man on Earth prompt.  I added some things and took away some things from my original version, and created a little something different.  Hope you enjoy! It was the last night for the last man on Earth, and… Continue reading Sci Fi Short Story – Different take on “The Last Man on Earth.”

Short Stories and What Not

“Silence” / A Sci-Fi Short from the Desk of Constance Wallace

When I dream at night, it is usually in major motion picture color, with added 3D clarity, which brings the visions to a striking realism.  Minus the booming effects that my boyfriend Kevin Henderson can add, with his ever so wonderful knowledge of Home Entertainment Systems, I sometimes find some great short stories from these… Continue reading “Silence” / A Sci-Fi Short from the Desk of Constance Wallace

Short Stories and What Not

Whispers in a Library – In honor of Halloween’s Horror Time

Just thought everyone could do with a bit of scary fun!  Beware Librarians. Whispers floated from the back of the building, the soft words emanating from the office of old Ms. Pemberton.  Clare squinted at the closed door.  Shaking her head, she flipped the lights back on in the main room of the small town… Continue reading Whispers in a Library – In honor of Halloween’s Horror Time

Short Stories and What Not

Short Story – Grandma’s Blackberry Patch

It's been one of those days.  Here is a little short story which the emotions decided to write.  I do not know why, but I cried while writing it.  I guess it was because the emotion which wrote it was sadness. A work in progress which will be submitted to this year's Prose contest for the Corn Creek Review here at Young Harris… Continue reading Short Story – Grandma’s Blackberry Patch

Short Stories and What Not

Sci-Fi Short Story – A Long Winter

It had been half a day of trudging through snow and ice at a pace any normal person would have already succumbed to.  This was my purgatory, I was sure of it.  I wondered who I pissed off in my other life to be detailed so far away from the green and blue of home. … Continue reading Sci-Fi Short Story – A Long Winter