Tag: writing by k s moore

  • Starfish: Flash Fiction by K. S. Moore

    Starfish: Flash Fiction by K. S. Moore

    As a starfish, I am pointy, shiny and spirited, with a zest for water. The tank allows me to see out into the world without taking part. I can float and watch and wait. The only problem occurs when a handler introduces me to a child.

  • Flash Fiction: Owl Eyes

    Flash Fiction: Owl Eyes

    Owl eyes are the deepest. They draw you in, when you don’t want to be drawn. When you want to sit still and mind your own business, stay lost in your own thoughts. This owl was curious. I saw it in his red-rust flecks. He wasn’t about to blink. Then again, neither was I.

  • Halloween Short Story Extract

    Halloween Short Story Extract

    The road narrows and the fog hangs in, like dragon breath. We’re on a nameless diversion – no signposts, not even sun to mark the horizon. Houses float out, make themselves known against white. If people live here, it can’t be so desolate. It’s just the weather. But the road shudders its way into the…

  • Flash Fiction: Blodeuwedd’s Call

    Flash Fiction: Blodeuwedd’s Call

    This Flash Fiction piece features a character from Welsh mythology, called Blodeuwedd. In ‘The Mabinogion’, Blodeuwedd is conjured up by magicians, Math and Gwydion, to be a wife for Lleu, who is also a magician and a warrior.