Rear View

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Conventional flash fiction can range anywhere between 300, 500, and 1000 words. My flash fiction stories are generally 300 words or less. Enjoy the short.
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  • Category: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
  • Words: 420
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301930432
About B. E. Walker

Bruce Walker goes formally by the pseudonym B.E. Walker as his moniker in literary circles. He is an independent self-published author whose passion for the art of storytelling began more than two decades ago while in high school. It was there that he dabbled in screenplay writing but abruptly dropped the hobby as a bothersome pastime. Currently he continues his studies in the fiction arena and carries the screenwriting baton in an ongoing effort to hone his skills. He began writing “Weary Bones” at a university in Colorado Springs. His stroke of inspiration came from a surrealism project in a fine arts class. The word “mid-winter” remained in his psyche as a result and thus was born the saga of “Weary Bones”. The journey to self-publish “Weary Bones” took approximately two years in the making.

He promises his fans a unique and differing style of writing in the fiction world as he sees it in his up and coming works for 2014. Bruce resides in the U.S. and relies on his editor to tidy up the messy parts of his rough drafts. He is an avid fan of flash fiction, short stories, novels and screenplay writing. Be sure to look for these writing styles in the near future.

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S J Cavanagh reviewed on Dec. 19, 2012

Good for the length. The prologue gives away the ending, and is told not shown though.
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memor reviewed on Dec. 16, 2012
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The photo for this story fits so well with what the author is trying to convey. The story is well written and has a bit of a surprise at the ending. I thought the story was fascinating and I look forward to reading more.
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