Rated 2.50/5 based on 2 reviews
This is a Flash Fiction work of less than 500 words.
What do you get when you mix a dark and stormy night, a young lady, and an evil man?
Read this to find out just one of the possible scenarios.
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About Robert M. Yelverton

First and foremost I am a story teller. A weaver of tales you might say. You will find my story telling to cross many genres. I can't help it. An idea will pop into my head and then grow. I do not control the ideas genres, nor do I control the stories unfolding.

Why do I tell stories? Well mainly to shut the characters up. They do not stop whispering in my head until their story is told.

Oh, also you the reader. Yes, I have to admit that I tell stories for your entertainment. My characters depending on genre and what they are doing will try to make you laugh, cry, hold your breath, bring you to the front of your seat, and so on.

They want to entertain you. So on behalf of all the whispering people in my head I hope you enjoy the ride of what ever story you choose to read.

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Review by: Michael Carter on July 10, 2013 :
This flash fiction tells of an angry guy. He's out for revenge on his ex. In a lightning storm.

It's all a bit cliched, really; only the [predictable] ending saves the story from total mediocrity. A different twist on the events would have been welcome.

I had a few issues with the writing, and the story could do with a polish. I wish the author well, though, and am sure his writing will improve with time.
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Review by: Jonathan Antony Strickland on July 7, 2013 :
This was O.K for a flash fiction piece.

The ending for me was a bit predictable as he grasped the bat (I guessed what was coming before I'd read it), but writing a story of around 500 words I know to be very difficult. So this did the job well and anyone giving flash fiction a try should read stuff like this as an example of what can be achieved with so few words.
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