Ever felt like you’re being stalked, watched, plotted against? Then you know how Gay Degani’s character feels in the new flash fiction story, The London Eye (warning, contains strong language), published recently at Every Day Fiction:
“People insist the London Eye is nothing more than a tourist attraction, a Ferris wheel on steroids, a piece of machinery designed to be deconstructed for public consumption on the Discovery channel back home in the States, but I don’t believe it. I’m no fool. No one’s pulling the wool over my eyes. The Eye is stalking me.”
According to the site, Every Day Fiction is a magazine that specializes in bringing you fine fiction in bite-size doses. Every day, they publish a new short story of 1000 words or fewer that can be read during your lunch hour, on transit, or even over breakfast. You can read from the site or sign up for the stories to come directly to your inbox.
If you’re a poetry lover, they offer a similar site called Every Day Poets.
For more information on author and Pushcart Prize Nominee, Gay Degani, see this previous post.