Flash Fiction Online - June 2015

Flash Fiction Online June In Marcie s Waffles Are the Best in Town by Sunil Patel post apocalypse survivor Marcie still keeps the diner open still makes waffles with syrup still hopes that one day the bell on the door wi

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  • Title: Flash Fiction Online - June 2015
  • Author: Suzanne W. Vincent Sunil Patel Brontë Christopher Wieland Joshua Rupp Miranda Suri Stanley Lee Kat Otis Dario Bijelac
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In Marcie s Waffles Are the Best in Town, by Sunil Patel, post apocalypse survivor, Marcie, still keeps the diner open, still makes waffles with syrup, still hopes that one day the bell on the door will announce the return of her daughter When a young fellow survivor walks in Well, you ll just have to see what happens And while you re there, click over to an interviIn Marcie s Waffles Are the Best in Town, by Sunil Patel, post apocalypse survivor, Marcie, still keeps the diner open, still makes waffles with syrup, still hopes that one day the bell on the door will announce the return of her daughter When a young fellow survivor walks in Well, you ll just have to see what happens And while you re there, click over to an interview with the author, and enjoy a waffle recipe from writer blogger Miranda Suri Her blog can be found here mirandasuri Next, a different kind of crazy You know all those wackos who are convinced the government is secreting mind control chips into our brains What if they aren t quite so wacko Bront Wieland s I Found Solace in a Great Moving Shadow takes us right there in a creepily believable tale We re also pleased to have an interview with Bront Be sure to click over to that, too Finally, The Man in the Basement by Joshua Rupp The title kind of gives it away doesn t it This is not going to be a story about mentally stable characters And no, it is not Rupp digs deep into an off kilter mind Great stuff Also this month, we re pleased to offer second run story What the Merfolk Must Know by Kat Otis Originally appearing in Daily Science Fiction in April 2013, Otis story gives us a fantastic and heartbreaking telling of the making of a mermaid No Disney Ariel or tempting handsome prince here So, enjoy Be disturbed Take a swim in the pools of madness for awhile.

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    1. Just reviewing Sunil Patel's short story Marcie's Waffles Are The Best In Town.Loved it and wanted to know more. dammitad here: flashfictiononline/main/ar#

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