Author Archives: Siobhan McNamara

Roomies – a 100 word story

This is my contribution to this week’s Friday Fictioneers 100-word fiction challenge. Thanks to Liz Young for the very quirky photo prompt and to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting the group. To join the fun and submit your own story, click … Continue reading

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Infinite Circle – a 100w story

This story is written in response to the photo prompt (below) for Friday Fictioneers, the finest flash fiction group on the web. If you fancy joining the challenge, click here to go to host Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ blog for details. To … Continue reading

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Fine Art – a 100w story

I’ve been busy with work, family and a few other writing projects over the last few months but after reading a recent brave and honest post from Dawn at Tales From The Motherland, I realised how much I missed the … Continue reading

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Recolonisation – a 100w Story

My original idea for Friday Fictioneers turned into an 1800w short story which I had to keeping going with while it was flowing! (It’s here if anyone wants to read it) This is my second and significantly shorter attempt, a … Continue reading

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A Dying Breed – Short Story

Two men watched from the pub as disembarking cruise tourists were bussed away to the city. Johnnie Moran who owned the Port Tavern spoke first. “They were supposed to save the town, those big cruise ships,” he said nasally. “But … Continue reading

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Lady Luck – a 100w story

Thanks to J Hardy Carroll for the photo prompt and Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting this weekly challenge. To join the fun and write a 100w story based on the prompt, click here To read other contributions, click on the Blue … Continue reading

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Peace In Our Time – a 100w story

Peace In Our Time Genre: (Recent) Historical Fiction What would they say, he wondered, those he had fought alongside through the dark and hopeless years? No doubt there would be comrades eager to execute him for treason. He knew too much about … Continue reading

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