Posted on April 16, 2015
by Sarah Fairbairn
‘‘RUN’’ came a voice from the next room. I was dizzy from the petrol fumes and didn’t react in time. Within what felt like seconds the whole room I was standing in was alight. I hadn’t let on to the local boys that I…
Category: Flash Fiction & PoetryTags: 100 word story challenge, Flash Fiction & Poetry, Flash Fiction Challenge, Friday Fictioneers, Friday Fictioneers 100 word story challenge, local boys, petrol fumes, Rochelle Fields, RUN, story challenge, teenage crime, teenage peer pressure, third degree burns, wanting to fit in
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