Tag: Short Story

FICTION: Moving On by J. E. Seymour

Sally knew this was a bad thing when she saw the news. “This is Tiffany Edwards at the Burntwood WalMart, where a quick-thinking customer stopped a robbery.” The big guy behind Tiffany was what Sally was worried about. He was…

FICTION: Mop Up Afterwards By Michael McGlade

Matt dashed past the thatch-faced doorman, bounded up the spiral staircase and came to another door. Late again. Sweat in his eyes. He struck the door buzzer, angled his face toward the surveillance camera and waited. He tucked in his…

FICTION: Sea of Razorblades by Robert Acosta

“Isn’t it beautiful?” Clara asked. The full moon shimmered in her eyes as she looked out over the dark water. On the top deck at two in the morning, they had the ocean to themselves. “It is,” was all Sam…

FICTION: Inexplicably by B.R. Stateham

Henry Mancini’s Spook drifted across the semi-dark dance floor. Mancini. Smooth jazz with a touch of noir lurking deep between the longing chords of the pianos and saxophones. The perfect music for someone to die suddenly. Inexplicably. On the black…

FICTION: Ghost Ship by Thomas Canfield

The Sacramento’s last port of call was Vladivostok, far on the periphery of eastern Russia. They were presently riding off the Aleutian Islands, bound for Juneau and, eventually, Seattle. They had encountered only one other vessel in their transit of…

PAY THE BITCH BACK – Short Story Contest Winners

Over the next two days, Spinetingler will reveal the honorable mentions and winners of the PAY THE BITCH BACK short story contest. The goal was to write a story about revenge. Monday October 4, 2010 the three honorable mentions will…

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