Posted Mar 01, 2012, in Stories, by Lynna Landstreet
Another Flash Fiction Challenge from Terrible Minds — this one was to write a complete story using only five sentences and no more than 100 words. I wrote two.
Yes, I'm aware of the significance the hill has in local folklore - they say it's a sidhe-mound, a dwelling of the fairy folk.
And I've seen all the protests and petitions demanding my company spare the site, but they mean nothing to me, because there's only one thing I care about right now - and contrary to public opinion, it's not profit.
Only one thing will hold back the bulldozers and excavators, stop the hill from being levelled. Only one group has that power.
Posted Jan 10, 2012, in Stories, by Lynna Landstreet
Written for the Thousand Cats LiveJournal community, November 30, 2009.
I can’t abide deceitful little girls! Constantly making up ridiculous stories to draw attention to themselves — it’s absolutely maddening. I know many people just smile indulgently and write it off as childhood imagination, but honestly, if they don’t learn to tell the truth when they’re young, what on earth is going to compel them to do it once they’re grown?