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He lay the tools in neat rows before turning back.

The moment he cracked the skull open, his heart fluttered. “Her mind’s just as beautiful as her body,” he murmured. “I wish I knew how long before exposure begins to kill it.” He exhaled his held breath. “Just so touchable.”

Welcome to "Flash in the Pan"

Welcome to “Flash in the Pan”

It is that time again! A new quarter. A new theme. New words and a new hot flash. These words will only last one quarter and the deadline is 31DEC13 at 2359 EST (GMT -5). No late entries are accepted. If you recruit your friends, be sure they read the instructions on the Flash in the Pan page.

Look for Finding the Path on 01NOV13 in the RedmundPro bookstore. As always, the first edition is free in the Free Book Bin. While you are there, check out the other books by the RedmundPro authors and flashers.

The theme this quarter is the name of the book: Disturbed. All of the words are ready for you to try on your more twisted personas. You asked. RedmundPro delivered.

Coming in on the button of 50 words, the feature word is cracked. How cracked can you get in 50 words?

Happy Flashing!


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21 Comments

  1. I should certainly hope not! I don’t think he’s a licensed anything. . .
    Binky recently posted..Buy One Get One FreeMy Profile

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  2. He’s so d.i.s.t.u.r.b.e.d. Scary.
    😀
    Tess Kann recently posted..Flash in the Pan – DelusionalMy Profile

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  3. Oh my, I don;t think I want to be around him.
    Sue Helms recently posted..The DreamMy Profile

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  4. Oh this one is disturbing. Please pass the monkey brains. Whoops, you mean I must eat a live human brain? OMG — give me a knife, a fork and a bib. This will be messy.

    Love your story. Cracked the egg eh?

    I’ll think of something good. It’s time for bed so maybe I’ll think of a good cracked story while trying to sleep or waking up at some ungodly hour — just me and the paper boy when it’s still dark and the sun hasn’t cracked the horizon.
    John McDevitt recently posted..Flash Fiction: The ChosenMy Profile

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  5. Susan Precise

     /  October 2, 2013

    Disturbed–this theme is right up my alley!

    Thanks, Red 🙂

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  6. Disturbed. You nailed it Red.
    C. Brown recently posted..Laughter InterludeMy Profile

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  7. I think I like him, do you think he will let me borrow his hammer?
    valentine logar recently posted..Winter Flash – DelusionalMy Profile

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  8. This theme blends well with my wicked imagination, and I am looking forward to collecting this quarterly explosion of words 🙂 It should be a lot of fun 🙂

    And yes, I really like your fifty word starter 🙂

    Andro xxxx

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    • I hope you have a ball with this one. 😉 I have some mad scientist in me somewhere. Shh. Maybe no one will notice. 😉

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