I’m happy to have one of my 100-word stories featured today at Microfiction Monday Magazine. I’ve pasted my story below, but if you love microfiction as much as I do, please check out the entire issue here.
A Departure As he boarded the train, she drew a tissue from her pocket, thinking the tears would come any second. They didn’t. Numb. I’m just numb now, she thought, dabbing at the corner of her eye anyway. In case he was watching. “Last trip for the year,” he said on the drive to the station. “Then it’ll be just us together for months.” “I can’t wait,” she said, grateful he was looking at the road instead of her face. After his train pulled away, she stepped up to the ticket booth. “One way for whatever gets me the farthest,” she said.