I've been writing short stories for many years now. Not as much as I'd like to, though. I believe I've got a good imagination, but I just don't get around to writing enough to really produce anything worthwhile.
Here are some old short stories of mine. I repeat, old, written as a teenager. They could be a lot better if I wrote them again, but I just can't be bothered. They're still stories though, and deserve to be read, even if they're not very good.
The Angel - A short, perhaps sad, story about love and writing.
Cat's Prey - A simple horror story. One of my first proper short stories.
The Pain - A gloomy science fiction story.
The Temple of Tsakat'tho - A tribute to the master of horror, H. P. Lovecraft.
The White Fox - A fantasy story. I planned a whole series of stories about the adventures of the White Fox, but this is all I have written so far. My original inspirator was Harry Harrison's Stainless Steel Rat series.
The stories on this page are released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike license. You are granted permission to distribute and modify them, as long as you credit me, Ben B. Bainton, as the original author and distribute the stories or any derivative works under a similar license.