Monthly Archives: May 2016

Slipping – a 100w story

For this week’s prompt I have reworked a flash fiction that has been published in the National Flash Fiction Day 2013 anthology ‘Scraps.’ I did start to write a new story  but this kept coming to mind so I decided to see if I could … Continue reading

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Special Delivery

Today’s writing prompt from the Daily Post is ‘Brick.’ Genre: Fiction   Refugee It’s only a brick. It’s not even all that heavy. And the glass can be swept up, the broken window repaired, the scratches on the floorboards sanded and … Continue reading

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Something in the Water – a 100w story

The photo prompt for the weekly 100-word story challenge Friday Fictioneers is courtesy of ©J Hardy Carroll. To find out how to join the challenge, click here. To read some of the many other wonderful and diverse contributions, click on the … Continue reading

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