2020 KWC 41 to 71

What Fills Us by K McLain

What Fills Us by K McLain

2020 Competition
What Fills Us by K McLain # It took Barry a month before cracking. Now here he was, ensconced in...
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FINAL – 45, 46, 47 by JM Barrie

FINAL – 45, 46, 47 by JM Barrie

2020 Competition
Could it happen like this? Never say never... This is a fictional story. Any resemblance to real world events is coincidence.
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Ciao, Bella by Nicole Jane

Ciao, Bella by Nicole Jane

2020 Competition
Photo by Lisa Fotios from Pexels The back corner had seemed too exposed when I arrived, so I’d chosen a seat in the...
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Homage, by Taryn Uhlmann

Homage, by Taryn Uhlmann

2020 Competition
A tall tale of tribute and innuendo.
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Ending by Adam Jeffrey (Final)

Ending by Adam Jeffrey (Final)

2020 Competition
Endings are never easy
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Facing Me by Maggie D

Facing Me by Maggie D

2020 Competition
“Okay.  maybe I was a bit hasty - it wasn’t fair.  Let’s try it again in a few days if you’re open”
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Scrabbling (FINAL) by Glen Benison

Scrabbling (FINAL) by Glen Benison

2020 Competition
Scrabbling (FINAL) by Glen Benison # The scent of a different perfume turned all the men’s heads towards the door....
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The Choice by Barbara Duff

The Choice by Barbara Duff

2020 Competition
The Choice by Barbara Duff # Jessan flinched as the judging ball flew past her and shattered against the timber...
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The Crossing by nsbnina

The Crossing by nsbnina

2020 Competition
The Crossing by nsbnina # Frances Graves froze, standing there in a strong shaft of sunlight, her fingers white with...
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John Hollow by Linda Sansalone

John Hollow by Linda Sansalone

2020 Competition
It looked perfect...
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‘Her’ by Julie Fearn-Howerska (final version) 1,200 words

‘Her’ by Julie Fearn-Howerska (final version) 1,200 words

2020 Competition
Baby, life's what you make it...
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MEETING THE FOLKS by Bhavna Mehta

MEETING THE FOLKS by Bhavna Mehta

2020 Competition
It can be stressful meeting the in-laws for the first time.
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Paper Cuts FINAL by Georgiana Nelsen

Paper Cuts FINAL by Georgiana Nelsen

2020 Competition
A story of a family trying to find their way.
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Salad- Eggs-Peppermint- Goose- A Rye * by SM Prasad

Salad- Eggs-Peppermint- Goose- A Rye * by SM Prasad

2020 Competition
The upside of working as a temp? No worries about what people think about you. The downside? Nobody thinks about you. People forget you're in the room and let down their guard.
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Involuntary Care by Morne Visser

Involuntary Care by Morne Visser

2020 Competition
At the state hospital, the Professors took the ward round seriously. So seriously that it was always a scramble getting the presentations in order. Etienne worked diligently. He was polite to the nurses, and in whatever he did, he exceeded all requirements. But he could only side-step his emotions for so long...
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(FINAL)Plain Old Norma by Nonie McElroy

(FINAL)Plain Old Norma by Nonie McElroy

2020 Competition
Plain Old Norma by Nonie McElroy#Norma sits looking at the home screen. She likes the new interface.  Her profile picture,...
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The Monsters (FINAL) by Jens Grabarske

The Monsters (FINAL) by Jens Grabarske

2020 Competition
The Monsters (FINAL) by Jens Grabarske # Turn around. Turn around. Don't go there. They will stare at you and...
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Mirror Mirror [FINAL] by Peggy Rockey

Mirror Mirror [FINAL] by Peggy Rockey

2020 Competition
A meeting with the queen
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An Invitation by Maria Kinnersley

An Invitation by Maria Kinnersley

2020 Competition
Invitations come for the most surprising reasons.
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Scrabbling by Glen Benison

Scrabbling by Glen Benison

2020 Competition
Scrabbling by Glen Benison # She was so new in town that when she walked into the bar, the scent...
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The Meeting by Jacqueline Friedman

The Meeting by Jacqueline Friedman

2020 Competition
A young woman meeting her paternal family.
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The Dinner by Mustang Patty

The Dinner by Mustang Patty

2020 Competition
What went wrong? Was it too late to ask her? He was confused about so many things.
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‘Her’ by Julie Fearn-Howerska

‘Her’ by Julie Fearn-Howerska

2020 Competition
For some folk the road would be very bumpy...
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Good Grief by Becky Crookham

Good Grief by Becky Crookham

2020 Competition
As a single woman who recently lost her father in the pandemic, Maisie attends a grief support group where she meets other individuals on grief journeys of their own.
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“Birdsong” by Lauren Benere-Forder (Final)

“Birdsong” by Lauren Benere-Forder (Final)

2020 Competition
What would you advocate in a situation that could mean life or death?
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John Hollow by Linda Sansalone

John Hollow by Linda Sansalone

2020 Competition
A strange meeting while looking to buy a house
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Soul Claim By Christy Kunin

Soul Claim By Christy Kunin

2020 Competition
How do you outwit the devil? God only knows.
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Rendesvouz Too by Martin Haworth

Rendesvouz Too by Martin Haworth

2020 Competition
Sweet retribution.
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