Short Story (Flash Fiction) Of the Day, The Hat by Millie Thom

I could do anything with this hat on, she told herself. I am invincible.

—-Millie Thom, The Hat

Bowler Hat Sculpture in the Cedars, Dallas, Texas

A hat in a field of flowers on a beautiful sunny day. But danger and, dare I say it?, evil lurks everywhere and at any time.

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The Hat by Millie Thom

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Short Story of the day – Riddle by Ogbewe Amadin

“A witch can never be these things,” she said. “A witch is a paranormal creature that lives between the shadows cast by daylight. They traverse the infinities of a heartbeat, they sail in seas of dreams… they manipulate nature.”

—- Ogbewe Amadin, Riddle

French Quarter, New Orleans

Riddle by Ogbewe Amadin, from Fireside Magazine

Today, we have a tasty little piece of flash fiction. Often things are not what they seem to be, but sometimes they are. It’s just that they don’t mean what we think they do.


Author Bio – “Ogbewe Amadin hails from the city of Benin in Nigeria. He is a student of Chemistry at the University of Benin. He is a lover of epic fantasy, sarcasm, sitcoms, and sci fi.”