A short piece of Flash Fiction
Stories published on my blog over the year. There is no set genre and the style vary sometimes.
This is the collection of flash stories in progress.
A Q&A from Spineless Wonders' online bookclub, with Sam George-Allen about blending fiction and non-fiction. In her book 'I Put a Spell on You', Sam explores how certain practices of women today mirror the work of their spell-casting ancestors. Pa...
A collection of small musings and flash fiction pieces.
Dorothea Sage got her first camera when she was a little girl, and has been taking pictures ever since. She loves her career and her life in the city, but when tragedy strikes and everything is turned on its head, Dory returns home to the small to...
A collection of my flash fiction and non-fiction stories inspired by Tablo writing prompts, plus a few other unexpected challenges.
There have been countless heroes in wars throughout history. These are the stories of some ordinary Europeans who found extraordinary courage to survive WWII.
Need a short tale to fill in a few waiting moments? Here is a collection of 500+ word stories written to prompts.
You'll find a few unexpected twists and endings in this mixture of humour and pathos and many philosophical shades in between,
Once upon a time, last century, a little girl grew up as the butcher's daughter.
Here are the stories of a neighbourhood and the shopkeepers and delivery folk and tradesman who made up the typical Australian suburb.
Another year - 2019 - and another collection of my 500 worder 'prompt' word inspired tales, both fiction and non.fiction.
They are written to make you laugh, sometimes cry, many times make you ponder and maybe examine your own thoughts on differe...
Still working on it! But hope you like it!
A young woman with ice powers brings a little bit of snow to a schoolyard in her desert community.
A man named Berry gets struck by lightning and has to face Enemy's to save the city.
Children at Fort Marco Elementary all start expressing emotions the same way. Find out who (or what) is really in control.
Some individuals are exceptional storytellers, whilst others are sensational scribes. Here is a melding of two formidable talents to bring you the most unbearable tales you're likely to read this century.
"Shouldn't attach yourself to material things", THEY say.
That's a tough call when some of those 'material things' have been in your family for generations, and in yours for half a century!
Sometimes THEY have no idea!
A collection of flash fiction (and non-fiction, too) tales written for the purpose-designed 'Weekend Writein prompts', challenging we writers to produce around 500 word stories each week we choose to join the party.
Can Delilah capture the heart of the partner of her dreams?
Will Sampson ever be able to trust fully again?
Can smalls and talls treat these aliens kindly?
What more will Sampson learn on this fateful day?
These and other poignant but pressing...
Sometimes Life starts handing us choices we are none too ready to make... and some choices should never have to be made at all.
Here's a story written for a weekend write-in, that has taken on a life of its own, and now actually DEMANDS its own p...