Looking after the bricks and mortar


Helloooo! Am back after another blogging break. I have a good excuse though. I was nursing injured ribs. I almost called this post 'Falling Slowly.' I can remember every moment of the fall and the landing. I tripped over a few millimetres of crooked paving stone and landed with an extremely painful THUD! So I …

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Remembering and believing…


June (and the beginning of July) were just too busy – but brilliant. Each Saturday, there was something on, or I was away. Lots of travelling, long days and late nights. From the 1st weekend in June spent in Scargill House in Yorkshire, 2nd Saturday there was afternoon tea in our church, the following weekend …

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Coming to the end of NFFD


Well I hope you've enjoyed the mix of flash fiction on here today. It's one of my fave writing days of the year, and though I spend a lot of time on longer projects these days, I do love a short and snappy story. So the final offering for today, comes from me and it's …

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Some bubbly Flash Fiction from @hortonious101


Please join me in welcoming back Martin Horton to the blog, with a bubbly contribution to Flash Fiction Day. Don't forget, if you'd like to catch up more of with Martin's writing, you can visit his blog Hortonious101. Or follow him on Twitter @Hortonious101   Lost in Lather by Martin Horton I knew there was …

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Flash Fiction, with some truth in it, by @georgietennan2


Georgie is back! This time with a tale of how a Sunday can go gloriously wrong... 🙂 Don't forget to catch up with her on her blog, and follow her on Twitter @georgietenna2     Not the Smoothest of Sundays by Georgina Tennant It had been the kind of Sunday that made me want to …

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Tsunami – flash fiction by @lindy_greaves


Our next #flashfiction offering is from Lindy Greaves. You can find Lindy on Instagram and Twitter @lindy_greaves and just search her name in Facebook and she's top of the list 🙂   Tsunami by Lindy Greaves I cling on though the water is rising. My girls are with me. Tharushi and Kalpani shuddering against the …

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More from me on this fine National Flash Fiction Day


Here's another flash fiction piece from me. This one comes from my second collection of short stories, called A Sense of the Sea and other stories Hope you're enjoying the flash fiction today. Please let me know what you're reading and writing today that's flash-y 🙂   Finished by Annmarie Miles “Why don’t you drink …

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