Flash Fiction: Revenge 2

Find the prequels here:

Part 1- Flash Fiction: Broken Fence

Part 2 – Flash Fiction: The Tree

Part 3 – Flash Fiction: Revenge 1

It was sunset, Charlotte’s time to sneak out.

As per his habit, her father would come home drunk, lock her in her room and drink some more in the hall downstairs.

Charlotte would make her way down, go through the dark alleys, and meet up with her partners in crime, without her intoxicated father realizing she was missing.

This time though, she would not make it, as her footing slipped and she landed on picket fence.

Charlotte’s body lay skewered on the now bloody fence.

Only one remained now, and then the Witch’s revenge would be complete.

Word Count: 96


Six Sentence Story “Habit”

Friday Fictioneers 20th July, 2018


  1. I had to go back and read the other stories prior to this one to learn more about the witch.
    Well written SSS, and I suspect there will be another one coming to take care of those partners in crime.

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  2. Aw, now I feel bad for her. It was easy to cheer for the witch when the troublemakers were faceless but her home life seemed to sucked and no wonder she went out. Nice job you made me feel bad people who aren’t real. Sign of a good writer.

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  3. Very entertaining, nice on going story. A little creepy. But that’s good! They’re supposed to be πŸ˜€
    You have me wondering how old is this witch. Your description of her tree as trophy cabinet kind of made my skin crawl lol
    Well done Six!

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