Friday Fic- rockets and optimism

The week has been full of headlines about space, Earth, rockets, guns and whether or not Britain can stay in Europe. Astronauts returned home after five months on the International Space Station. A crazy stunt by someone who should know better turned into an accident because she was carrying, for some reason, a loaded gun.... Continue Reading →

Friday fic – fifty word stories

Here are three new fifty-worders - tiny microfiction stories of just 50 words each.       In other news, I'm on the second part of the Split Worlds fantasy, plus the fourth part of Django Wexler's Shadow Campaigns. I've also just started reading Pixel Juice by Jeff Noon.  And I realised there several X-men... Continue Reading →

Friday fic – even shorter stories

This week I have, again,  been writing short-short fiction - but the fifty-word stories were starting to seem ... lengthy. I recalled the story attributed to Hemingway and thought, why not try to write 'a novel in six words'? Here's that famous six-worder: For sale: Baby shoes, never worn. (possibly by Hemingway) Since this story... Continue Reading →

Friday fic – fifty word stories

Four more fifty-worders for you. This continues the story of the monsters, plus there's a snippet from a mermaid-noir scenario I rather like. Hope you enjoy them! Let me know -  I always like reading your comments. If you have a fifty word story of your own you would like to share, add a link... Continue Reading →

Friday fic – fifty word stories

It's Friday and time for some fiction. I have fallen in love with writing to a fifty word limit after discovering the Scottish Book Trust's 50-word challenge, and so here are three very short stories of fifty words each.  It's been Pancake Day and Valentine's Day this week - so these stories feature love, and pancakes.... Continue Reading →

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