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
Oliver knew better than to lie to Danny. And he hadn't meant to, not really. He was always intending to turn the lie into the truth, but time had just slipped away from him. As he stood in the corner, waiting for Danny to call him over for a spanking, he thought back to the … Continue reading Just Call the Accountant
She can talk me into anything. And I didn't feel regret until right this moment, standing in the kitchen in the early morning light, looking at the expression on my dad's face and knowing it's only a matter of minutes before he starts undoing his belt. "Dad," I say, taking a step forward, trying to … Continue reading Worth It?
When Laurie began to howl, Sadie knew her time was up. It didn’t stop her from reaching over from her seat on the carpet to snag the blinds, which bent noisily under her fingers to allow her a view of the driveway. There was Caroline’s car, just as the pup had announced. She glanced around … Continue reading What a Mess
Mikaela was working at her desk when a shadow fell over her hands; she paused her typing and looked up, then swallowed. It was her boss. “Hi,” she said, before turning back to her keyboard and computer screen. “How can I help you, Dr. Gravely? “Hello,” came the reply, in a tone stern enough that … Continue reading Phishing
Edith often found herself on the offensive side of things, when it came to finding trouble. It was easier if she had some idea of what was coming, even if Paul did make a habit of being unpredictable. Today was the sort of day where trouble found her first. She’d almost missed a morning meeting … Continue reading A Bad Day
Maura and Tyler screamed when the candles around them were suddenly dark, but they didn't stop holding hands. The wicks blazed up again just as abruptly, but now there was a figure in their chalk-drawn pentagram. "Yes?" said the woman. She glowed faintly in the bouncing light, though she otherwise appeared human. Maura couldn't believe … Continue reading The Summoning