(Not Really) Weekly Flash #8 – Running Dark

Posted by on Oct 14, 2011 in Flash Fiction | 1 comment

More flash fiction! I know you’ve been waiting for it. I have too. I really can’t emphasize how much I’ve grown to love this form over the last few months. There’s something appealing about having to work in a confined space and still get a meaningful story. This was actually a class assignment where I was supposed to put a twist in a work in progress by point of view and putting the character in a strange situation. Lock is a character I’ve struggled with for several weeks now. I enjoy writing him, but he’s the type that just won’t cooperate. He has his own ideas about what he should do and really doesn’t like to follow my carefully constructed plot lines.

Running Dark is the confession of a dying man.

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