Flash Fiction from @georgietennan2


It's the turn of Georgina Tennant to share some flash fiction.  Georgie is one of those people I felt I knew cos of the magic of social media. Meeting her f2f recently was a double blessing. I'm delighted have have her on my blog. Later today she'll be sharing a Sunday story, but for now …

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Some micro fiction from @hortonious101 for NFFD


Please join me in welcoming Martin Horton to the blog. Later today Martin will share a bubbly story, but for now, here is some micro fiction. 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 Forgetting by Martin Horton You were …

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I’m back! for National Flash Fiction Day


It's been over a month since my last post and if you read it, you'll know I got a bit disillusioned with the whole blogging thing, mainly as yet again, I failed to complete the AtoZ Blogging Challenge. I suppose I have to come to terms with the fact that daily blogging is just not …

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A telling of Matthew 21


As it is a non AtoZ day, and it's Palm Sunday, I wanted to share what we heard in church this evening. Our preacher did something a little different and told the story of Matthew 21 from the point of view of one of the pilgrims to Jerusalem. I just had to share it. Hope …

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Belated Thank Yous & AtoZ news


I am so grateful for all the supportive messages both private and public, after my last post. I asked for help, and some of you responded with great kindness and honesty. You really encouraged me. Thank you. I very soon got on track again and at the moment am back to my best result of …

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December Blessings – A guest poem


Today's guest post is from my sister-in-law, another Ann-Marie, (though she spells it wrong 😀 😀 😀 ) The poem is short, but beautiful. And here it is... December Blessings At last I escape from head wreck and heart ache The bright blue skies balm to my soul Gusty breezes toss up the crows like …

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#debuke2 My second collection is out!


A quick  commercial break from the December guest posts to share my joyous news. After 5 years I have finally got my second collection of short stories out on Kindle. It's called. A Sense of the Sea and other stories. The stories are the same mix of funny (hopefully) and heart warming. There are some …

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Isaiah delayed… NaNoWriMo in full swing


I'm afraid I ran out of time, so my series on Isaiah is on hold for now. I'll be back to it in January. At the moment I'm up to my armpits in National Novel Writing Month 2018. The challenge to write 50,000 words in 30 days. If you're looking at this on a laptop …

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Where is God in our 21st century world? – The Chaiya Art Awards


I have the immense pleasure of starting the blog tour celebrating the launch of  the accompanying hardback book to the Chaiya Art Awards exhibition, 'Where is God in our 21st century world?' written by Ann Clifford. The awards website tells us this book is "for the curious and open-minded, for people of all faiths and none. …

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