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What is flash fiction, and why should you be reading it? Flash fiction is a genre of bite-sized stories perfectly-portioned for a public transportation commute, a lunch break read, or a midday pick-me-up. They are ideal for telling a scary story — there’s just enough time for the creeps to crawl and for things to go bump. In this first volume of flash fiction from Roxie P What is flash fiction, and why should you be reading it? Flash fiction is a genre of bite-sized stories perfectly-portioned for a public transportation commute, a lunch break read, or a midday pick-me-up. They are ideal for telling a scary story — there’s just enough time for the creeps to crawl and for things to go bump. In this first volume of flash fiction from Roxie Prince, the author of COMPENDIUM: A Horror Novelette, there’s 50 creeptastic tales, all 500 words or less, about the nightmares of cave diving, murderous husbands, ghouls who lurk in the fog, childhood doppelgängers, psychopathic friendships, highway horrors, and much more. Dim the lights, snuggle up, and take a bite of FLASH!


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What is flash fiction, and why should you be reading it? Flash fiction is a genre of bite-sized stories perfectly-portioned for a public transportation commute, a lunch break read, or a midday pick-me-up. They are ideal for telling a scary story — there’s just enough time for the creeps to crawl and for things to go bump. In this first volume of flash fiction from Roxie P What is flash fiction, and why should you be reading it? Flash fiction is a genre of bite-sized stories perfectly-portioned for a public transportation commute, a lunch break read, or a midday pick-me-up. They are ideal for telling a scary story — there’s just enough time for the creeps to crawl and for things to go bump. In this first volume of flash fiction from Roxie Prince, the author of COMPENDIUM: A Horror Novelette, there’s 50 creeptastic tales, all 500 words or less, about the nightmares of cave diving, murderous husbands, ghouls who lurk in the fog, childhood doppelgängers, psychopathic friendships, highway horrors, and much more. Dim the lights, snuggle up, and take a bite of FLASH!

40 review for FLASH! (Vol. I): 50 perfectly-portioned pieces of horror fiction

  1. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    I love flash fiction. This is a decent collection with some pretty great stories. Now gonna go see about Boom! and Bang!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Evan Bond

    Once again, Roxie Prince has crafted a wonderful collection of stories, each of which will amuse and frighten you. Love to read but don't have time to try and get through long chapters? This book is perfect for you! The stories may be short but they will stick with you hours after you've closed the book. Prince is a master at evoking emotion and crafting suspense all in under 500 words. Horror is one of my favorite genres to read and this book left me far from disappointed. And an added bonus, t Once again, Roxie Prince has crafted a wonderful collection of stories, each of which will amuse and frighten you. Love to read but don't have time to try and get through long chapters? This book is perfect for you! The stories may be short but they will stick with you hours after you've closed the book. Prince is a master at evoking emotion and crafting suspense all in under 500 words. Horror is one of my favorite genres to read and this book left me far from disappointed. And an added bonus, the book cover is fantastic and looks great sitting up on my shelf!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amber Atchley

    Perfectly creepy! Loved it!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    This isn't a bad little book, and if that sounds like damning with faint praise, I'm sorry. Prince's collection is an entertaining read, but I just wasn't overwhelmed by a lot of the stories here. Many of them seemed to have a lot of potential, but never quite reach it, ending just before things got good, or going off in the least interesting available direction. Still, part of that is just the nature of flash fiction, I suppose, and Prince definitely has talent. I'd be interested in reading som This isn't a bad little book, and if that sounds like damning with faint praise, I'm sorry. Prince's collection is an entertaining read, but I just wasn't overwhelmed by a lot of the stories here. Many of them seemed to have a lot of potential, but never quite reach it, ending just before things got good, or going off in the least interesting available direction. Still, part of that is just the nature of flash fiction, I suppose, and Prince definitely has talent. I'd be interested in reading some of her longer work. Two stories did stand out; "Cat Scratch Fever" and "Suck the Marrow" both packed creepy punches, showing what Prince is truly capable of.

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