Theodore Jerome Cohen
Creative Ink, Flashy Fiction
If you like your fiction entwined with fact (faction), this second collection of “flash fiction” (less than 250 words per story) is for you! Some of the stories featured here were award-winning entries in the weekly Flash Fiction Challenges sponsored by the Website Indies Unlimited. Other tales were inspired by or drawn from the short stories found in Cohen’s The Road Less Taken: A Collection of Unusual Short Stories, Books 1 and 2, or from some of his mystery/thrillers. Even more were inspired by interesting or unusual photographs found on the Internet. In Creative Ink, Flashy Fiction, Flash Fiction Anthology – Book 2, you’ll find a tale about World War II that may make you wonder whether or not what you are reading is fiction; the lowdown on the first selfie ever taken; an intellectual conversation at the shore between a dog and an elephant while they observe a formation of Canadian geese; and a story about a tarot card reading that comes to a troubling conclusion. In short (pun intended), there is something in this book for almost every genre and taste.