Revelation

I wrote this back in 2013 for a competition. It was tell a 50 word flash fiction story.  I ended up entering using another story.  But thought I would share this to see what people think.     Water ran underneath the door, as he pushed it open. He stepped onto the bathmat, but it […]

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X marks the spot

      An early morning sun beamed through the small window. Which blinded the young Nicholas and Noel as they climbed clumsily into the attic. But the noise did not break the Sandman’s spell over the rest of the house. They navigated the minefield of loose floorboards, through the items long forgotten by the […]

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Depth

This story is about characters of a ship from the Patchwork Universe. A Captain chasing a sea worm.  I hope you all enjoy it and please leave feedback.  Picture taken from  free stock images website.     “Drain the catching bay, Ari!” “Ey, ey, Captain Farrago.” As the winch recoiled the metal net, the draining […]

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Forward

I wrote this little poem 4 years ago when I was in a dark place.           Need to keep moving forward One foot in front of the other Today has been hard But tomorrow could be better Need to keep moving forward It still feels surreal But one day at a […]

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THE COFFEE WARS : EMPIRE LIKES IT BLACK NO SUGAR

Here is the second part of  ‘The Coffee Wars’.  A trilogy of short stories all set around an independent coffee shop.  Each story is filled with numerous references from one of the two things that opened my mind to the world of creativity. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Empire likes it black no sugar. Lucas looked out of the […]

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A Passing Train

Here is a piece of flash fiction, I wrote a few years ago.  Hope you like it.         The walls rattled as the midnight train passed my home. I lifted myself out of my armchair and peered out of the window. As I looked up and down the tree line, dust clouds […]

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