A brown tawny owl peered through the thick forest shadows, watching and waiting. Unlike the other owls out prowling, though, Lottie looked up toward the night sky, sparing the critters below her a predator for the night. When she finally spotted the glimmer of a broomstick on the horizon, she puffed up her body and … Continue reading Lottie Does Not Enjoy These Guests
Andrea looked at her boyfriend over the rims of her glasses as he climbed into the passenger seat. His face was brightly lit in the night sky by the yellow glow of a neon sign: Otto's Auto Oil Change and Maintenance. His car had broken down and he had been towed here. She turned back … Continue reading Oil Change
Hello, friends! Just dropping in to guide you to my newly available collection of mini-spanking fiction for Kindle! It’s available for purchase or is included with your kindle unlimited subscription. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08Z7858L4 I’ve posted a few of these on here before; this is a collection of 25 of them. Eventually, I would like to move everything … Continue reading Flash Fiction Collection One
“I'd like to talk about last night," John stated calmly as he leaned forward to rest his arms on the table where Silas and Sydnee sat having breakfast. Reluctantly and with two sets of rolled eyes, they put aside their phones and looked at him. It was close to one in the afternoon, but neither … Continue reading Scoot In
Oliver adjusted his rear view mirror so he could make eye contact with his sister Jessica in the back seat. "I mean it," he said, continuing the conversation they'd been having. "I expect best behavior this weekend. Danny and Emma are doing me a huge favor." His eyes went back to the road as the … Continue reading A Measure of Maturity
"Left!" "Left here?" Paul said, slowing the car down abruptly. "Um, there," Edith said, looking over her shoulder from the passenger seat at the turn they had just missed. She sank down in her seat, pulling her knees up to her chest and hiding her face in them. "Sorry." "Uh-huh," Paul replied. He pulled over … Continue reading Turn Where?
Ren propped her broom against the wall of her cozy tree house dwelling, then tugged at the fingers of her black riding glove. As she worked off one and then the other, she said serenely, “You are going to have to change back eventually, my Lottie. And I don’t plan to stay up all night … Continue reading Lottie Cuts the Line
I thought it would be nice to start the new year with a thank you post to the different blogs that have sent traffic here this year! I really appreciate that you found this site worth sharing. If you've been reading my stories for a while and want some new content, try clicking some of … Continue reading Hey thanks!
Caroline closed her eyes, preparing to take a deep, calming breath. "Just a little to the left, okay? Like three inches," came her girlfriend's voice from behind her. She continued her slow inhale, then said, "Yes, I heard you babe. Three inches. Just taking a second." She picked up the ladder she'd just climbed down … Continue reading Christmas Decorations
“You’re awfully pouty for someone with a whole song about how naughty that is.” Santa’s frown deepened, but he kept his nose pointed to the corner where Mrs. Claus had put him, his pants in a festive puddle around his feet. “You won’t be pouting when I’m finished with you,” she continued to scold. “I’m … Continue reading You Better Not Pout