The Pancake

Teddy never grew out of his reckless ways of showing affection. And his brewing desire for Flan only intensified when she left. Continue reading


The Honest – 14

Fernando was certain Roy was innocent by the end of his short interview, but even he began to question Roy’s innocence at Amanda’s questioning. She made his relationship with Flan and his surprise at her absence seem like a strong case against Roy Continue reading

The Missing Person – 11

An anonymous call tipped off missing persons. Amanda and Fernando were assigned the case and were immediately suspicious of the call, but there was no other information. A few calls to the mother,  landlord and workplace helped identify the missing person as a brown eyed, brown haired, physically disabled woman who goes by Flan. Continue reading

The First Kiss – 7

Two weeks after her mom’s bachelorette party was a Sunday, or as Flan liked to believe, the day arrest. At least when she felt forced by her mom to go back to church a fortnight ago. When she was younger, Flan recalled the priest’s reverent expression of a completely feigned moment every time he mentioned peace. If the absence of words and long deep breaths were symbolic of peace, then why does he speak so much?  Continue reading