Midnight Surprise

Contributor: Linda Garnett

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“Mitch, can't this car go any faster? We’re not going to make it."
“We’re almost to your house, Jackie. You’ll make your curfew.”
“We should've left the dance earlier. I told you what’ll happen if I’m not home right at midnight.”
Mitch laughed. “You didn’t need to make up a stupid story so I’d get you home on time.”
“I didn’t make it up. Drive faster!”
A few minutes later, Mitch parked outside her house and glanced at his watch.
“Not bad, it’s only one minute past midnight. How about a good-night kiss?”
He let out a blood curdling scream as Jackie the werewolf lunged at him.


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Linda Garnett is currently editing her first novel, a science-fiction comedy. Her work has appeared in New Flesh, Flashes in the Dark, Static Movement, WeirdYear, Flash Shot and The Short Humour Site.
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2 Responses to this post

  1. Anonymous on June 24, 2012 at 7:19 PM

    Winner of Mrs. Crabtree's 3rd grade writing contest

  2. Anonymous on November 16, 2012 at 11:36 AM

    Cinderella, with a twist. Cool.

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