Your stomach rumbles. Hmm, what shall I have for dinner? You think, leaning back against the sofa. The week has been tough. Your boss has insisted on you increasing your workload. ‘I’m sorry, but it’s not fair to the others if you don’t do the same amount of work,’ she said, dropping the files on your desk. You tried to
‘I saw it first,’ said the woman, grabbing the last size 16 red duffle coat. ‘No, you didn’t.’ I snatched the coat from the woman’s hand. ‘Hey! Give it back!’ She pulled. I pulled. And before I knew it, we ended up in a tussle. Fists flew. Slaps stung. She screamed. I screamed. ‘Surrender!’ I said, holding her in a
Here is my Christmas drabble (100-word story) trio. Krampus vs Santa ‘You’ve been insulting me again.’ Krampus prodded Santa in the back. Santa eased round on the bar stool. ‘Ho! Ho! Ho! It is you who’s been insulting me.’ ‘Let’s end this.’ ‘Ho! Ho! Ho! Yes, let’s take it outside.’ Outside the North Pole Bar, Santa’s and Krampus’s elves circled
The Book of Drabbles is an e-book collection of twenty drabbles (100-word stories). The stories range from heartfelt to spooky.