Flaming Demon | Paranormal/Supernatural Flash Fiction Story

Welcome back for another flash fiction story based on the Friday Fictioneers photo writing prompt for 14 February 2020. This time, not only did I borrow characters from my paranormal book, but I also wrote a paranormal story.

Flash Fiction

The Photo

PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

The Inspiration

In the unpublished sequel to They All Died Smiling, available in all formats everywhere, Kassidy Spence and an FBI agent race from Chicago to New York on an intended rescue.

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The Paranormal/Supernatural Story: Flaming Demon

As snow swirled down, I watched the rhythmic swish-swish of the wipers. Soon, I’d lead the rescue of a demon-possessed, suicidal woman.

“Kass?”

I started.

“You okay? You’re all folded into yourself.”

“Fine as a fly in your eye.” I unfolded. Grow a spine, girl.

A green, snaggle-toothed demon jumped onto the hood. The agent nearly hit a pillar.

“You see them?”

He pounded the wheel. “I can’t kill them like you can.”

I pointed at it. “I’m sick of all y’all.” Blue flame shot from my finger. Screaming, It went up in etheric fire and vanished.

“Nice work, Kass.”

Reading-birds

Thanks for reading!

Cheers to your B.L.I.S.S.-FULL Life!!

Ronda Del Boccio

Award-winning author, photographer, and artist

About Ronda Del Boccio

100p_ronda-del-boccio_head-shot-dec-2015Ronda Del Boccio is an award-winning and best-selling author of both fiction and nonfiction. She has been mostly blind since birth, but she never lets that stop her from doing what she wants to do. She tells transformational tales and helps visionary authors turn their dreams and imaginings into published books. See and order Ronda’s books on Amazon at Amazon..com/author/rondadelboccio.

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