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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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The Locked Room

This is a story I wrote last year for the Daggerville Games monthly writing competition, but I dug it out again as it fitted this week’s Daily Post writing prompt nicely  The prompt/theme for this week is to post fiction … Continue reading

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Shoe the Donkey

This week’s Friday Fictioneers prompt is the photo below by ©Björn Rudberg To read other contributions or find out how to get involved, click here   Shoe the Donkey Frankie turned his face into the shadows, away from the fairy lights and … Continue reading

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“I saw what you did”

This story is a follow-on from last week’s Friday Fictioneers contribution, Shattered. If you missed it or want a reminder, you can read it by clicking here and then this week’s story will make a lot more sense. This week’s prompt … Continue reading

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Property Trap

Honoured and excited to hear today that my story Property Trap was awarded second place in the Short Writes short story competition :))) http://www.shortwrites.com/news/editor/literature/62-shortlisted-story-property-trap-by-siobhan Property Trapby Siobhan McNamara You could cope with everything else were it not for the rats. … Continue reading

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Short Story for World Suicide Prevention Day – A Rising Tide

This is a story I wrote a few years ago, but I dusted off for the day that’s in it. Sadly, it’s based on a real event. A Rising Tide   I don’t stop at the chapel, but drive on … Continue reading

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