Concrete NightmareAs I walked around a corner, shadows immediately cascaded upon me, the unavoidable fear creeping up my spine like witchy nails. The dull street lights emitted a dim, orange beacon of hope that casted one pitch-black being from my shoes, its long appendages stretching farther into the alleyway until they melted into the darkness. The human from another dimension. A horrid stench of rotten eggs and sulfur wafted into my nose, making me reel back in disgust. Without a doubt, the source was an old dumpster nearby, its green paint cracked and peeled back like scabs on rotting flesh. The plastic cover was thrown over and crumbled, leaving an openinConcrete Nightmare in Settings More Like This
Summer Bash"Come on, Lance! I've got something to show you!" A young girl with long, brown hair was dragging a tall boy down an empty sidewalk. Her blue eyes flashed with excitement as she pictured what her friend's reaction would be: 'Oh Annie! I bet you did this for me. You're the most caring and wonderful girl in the world. I love you!' She smiled, "It's not much farther, I promise."Summer Bash in Short Stories More Like This
"This better be good," Lance grumbled.
It was late at night with a thin sliver of moon floating in the dark sky. A warm summer breeze ruffled Lance and Annie's hair as they passed one suburban house after another. After several excruciatingly long minutes for Lance, th