Coming up on November 6th in Flash Fiction Magazine is the latest of my ‘human’ flashes. Great Love presents a humorous insight into the family dynamics between the generations: Wrinklies versus the fresh-faced. Read and enjoy. Advertisements
In May 2015 I was fortunate to have the following article published by Flash Fiction Chronicles, the ‘journalistic’ side of Every Day Fiction. Since then their entire site network was demolished by some virus – they informed me – and … Continue reading
Along with Dorothy Davies from Horrified Press and Sue Babcock from Liquid Imagination, I find myself with three items published in the anthology pulled together by CJ Alexander of Whitesboro Writers: Halloween Musings and Amusings. Have a gander and enjoy.
You were there to keep us safe with smile that warmed and tongue that strafed. You were there to see us fed and ‘homeworked’ when we’d play instead. You were there. I saw you at the GTC in big boots … Continue reading
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‘What the heck is he talking about?’ you ask. Flash is generally accepted as being a complete short story told in under 1000 words. They usually span from 500 as a lower limit. Mini-stories was how I was first introduced … Continue reading