Daddy's Little Girl

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Want to get to know Tee Morris' horror stories? Then enjoy this free taste of flash fiction from the author of Sweet Embrace and Contaminated Data.

The zombie apocalypse is underway, and Reggie is facing his worst nightmare. The question is, as the metal and wood of the shotgun warms under his grasp, whether or not his love is strong enough? More
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About Tee Morris

Tee Morris began his writing career with his 2002 historical epic fantasy, MOREVI The Chronicles of Rafe & Askana. In 2005 Tee took MOREVI into the then-unknown podosphere, making his novel the first book podcast in its entirety. That experience led to the founding of and collaborating with Evo Terra and Chuck Tomasi on Podcasting for Dummies and its follow-up, Expert Podcasting Practices for Dummies. He won acclaim and accolades for his cross-genre fantasy-detective Billibub Baddings Mysteries, the podcast of The Case of the Singing Sword winning him the 2008 Parsec Award for Best Audio Drama. Along with those titles, Tee has written articles and short stories for BenBella Books’s Farscape Forever: Sex, Drugs, and Killer Muppets, the podcast anthology VOICES: New Media Fiction, BenBella Books’ So Say We All: Collected Thoughts and Opinions of Battlestar Galactica, and Dragon Moon Press’ Podthology: The Pod Complex.

When he is not writing, Tee enjoys life in Virginia alongside Philippa Ballantine, his daughter, and five cats (3 female, 2 males). Considering the male-to-female ratio in his house, Tee understands how General Custer felt near his end.

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Michener 78 reviewed on on April 21, 2013

Very short yet good story. The title says it all. What would you do? Hmm
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Jamie J. Buchanan reviewed on on April 19, 2013

A pretty good story all round. There are a couple of grammar issues (EKG in the same sentence for example) but a quick re-write will iron those out. It certainly doesn't detract from the ideas and story being conveyed. Like all flash fiction, the enjoyment is in the moment and how that moment is told and this is done quite well. If you include background or elaborate upon the "whys", it's not flash fiction anymore. It tells the story of a man with a dreadful decision to make and you can feel the anguish he feels in the decisions he has to make. Thanks for sharing Jonathan
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