Susan tapped her foot at the family of six in front of her booked in. Please hurry up she thought to herself I can’t miss this flight Luke will never forgive me. Susan was always late wherever she went and it drove Luke mental. Smart and exact Luke, suffered from anxiety every time Susan made … Continue reading Always Late – Flash Fiction
Feedback on my first chapter. Many years ago I started writing this novel. It has since sat on the shelf collecting dust. It still needs lots of work however, it has a special place in my heart. I have decided to share the first chapter with you for feedback. My question is would you be … Continue reading The Night Walkers
Experimenting with Microfiction.Many of you might know that I have been experimenting with writing fiction in 280 characters or less. Following my success I have set up an Instagram account dedicated just to Microfiction. Microfiction280Please come and give me a follow to have instant accesss to my short short stories.
Luke woke up as the fire alarm sounded. Twice he tried to turn his phone alarm off before he realised he was in trouble. Coming to with a start, he smelt the smoke leaking in under his bedroom door. Opening it a crack he saw the orange flickering light blocking him from the front door. … Continue reading The Good Papers Not The Gossip Rags – Flash Fiction
Ryan visits every week for his weekly tattoo. What is the tattoo for? Why does Ryan add to it weekly? Sam’s Diary Once a week Ryan comes in for more work on his tattoo. To say I look forward to seeing him is an understatement. I have worked at Inks for four years. After completing … Continue reading Marked for Life – Flash Fiction
My story starts before the metal carriages roamed our streets. The world was much quieter then. I sit in the corner of the park. A huge metal structure with water flowing through me. Back when they first put me here, families used to come up and sit beside me. Children respecting their parents. All of … Continue reading Marching Through Time – Short Story