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Mick Rose REVIEW: Redneck Blues, short story by Josh Jones An engaging humorous romp in a Hicksville redneck town. Easy 8-page read. While Amazon estimates reading time at less than 30 minutes, Josh deftly propels the reader -- and I doubt it took me 10. Last I heard Redneck Blues had climbed from No. 5 on … Continue reading A Review of REDNECK BLUES by Mick Rose
It happened in a heartbeat. Her eyes opened to shattered glass and pulsing lights. She was hanging upside down. Blood covered her face. She moved to wipe it away. One arm was tangled in her seatbelt, her other arm simply wouldn’t respond. ‘Oh god,” she thought. A voice shouted, “Can you hear me?” “Yes,” she … Continue reading NOW
I have died a dozen times, maybe more. Truth be told, I have lost count; or perhaps more accurately, I have lost interest in counting. I died in Phoenix, AZ in 1987. My body was never found. Local newspapers posted a short public notice on page seven a few days after my disappearance. It ran … Continue reading Stones on the Desert Floor
The Lady of Flies My wife is the ruler of hell, but she thinks that I don't know. It's her little secret and I play along. My lovely Maria, for whom I will gladly die. We are waiting for those inside me to mature. Those dark things that she plants inside me as I sleep. … Continue reading Terror Tonight
Flash Fiction Friday is a series currently curated by Alanah Andrews. If you'd like to submit flash fiction for publication, please contact Introvert Press. ____________________________ Android and Eve ‘You know, I’m gettin’ real sick of these hunks of junk takin’ all our jobs.’ Steven glanced over his shoulder at the woman behind the bar, then … Continue reading Android and Eve
Banda music, the Latin-flavored polka music, played from the center of town. Lupé was thinking about Maria. Maria lived down the path from Lupé. She walked by the lower part of his yard every morning about 7:00 AM. She worked at the small tortilla shop on the main block in town. Tortillas were one thing … Continue reading A Life in Mexico: Being Dead