Rows (a flash fiction story)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Meagan Fischer wakes from the accident bloodied, disoriented, and alone. She remembers tires squealing, the Chevy's slow-motion cartwheel into the late summer tasseled corn, and the sickening crunch of failing steel.

As her senses return, she recalls one other thing quite clearly...the eerie figure they swerved to avoid. And she feels it lurking now, among the rows. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 1,290
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301594269
Tags: demon
About Chuck Grossart

Chuck Grossart is a retired United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel originally from the Denver, Colorado area. After serving his country for twenty years as a missile launch officer, space operator and strike planner, he settled his family outside of Omaha, Nebraska, where he continues to serve as a strategic plans analyst for the Department of the Air Force. He holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Northern Colorado, and a MSHRM from Lesley University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. His first novel, THE COMING, was a quarter-finalist in the 2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award (ABNA) contest. His second novel, THE MENGELE EFFECT, was selected as a top-three finalist in Audio-ON's 2013 Aspiring Authors Contest, and selected as the 2014 ABNA Finalist for Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror. Chuck is a member of the Nebraska Writers Guild, and the Nebraska Writers Workshop.

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Review by: Gary Weston on Sep. 06, 2013 :
I read both Rows and Spirit Board. Both obviously written by a writer who is an excellent wordsmith. Both stories are very good in their own right, but I had the feeling both could have been developed into full length works, especially Spirit Board. I hope Chuck publishes something full length soon as he has a gift to share.
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Review by: Frank Gorhau on Aug. 19, 2013 :
Excellent work! My skin is crawling, and I'm not going to sleep well tonight!

And I'm certainly going to remember this book every time I drive home at night past cornfields!
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