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Tag Archives: Flash Fiction
May your two and four-footed friends bring you much joy in 2022!
It’s been a long time, I know! If you’re wondering, I’ve been busy on a new course I’m following via Jericho Writers. The Ultimate Novel Writing Course to be precise. It is quite demanding of my time. We aim to … Continue reading
Posted in Creative writing, short fiction, Uncategorized Tagged Creative writing, Flash Fiction, Helen Cox, Jericho Writers, Mslexia, UNWC 6 Comments
Celebrate National Flash Fiction Day!
16 June is National Flash Fiction day! Founded by writer, Calum Kerr in 2012, this relatively ‘new’ genre of micro-stories is growing in popularity and there are more and more opportunities for writers to submit and see their work published … Continue reading
Winner of #Mslexia Flash Fiction!
I am very chuffed to let you know that I won the Little Ms competition for a story of hundred words or fewer, prompted by a picture. Mslexia is a quarterly magazine aimed at women writers, and included in the … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Flash Fiction, Little Ms, Mslexia, short stories, Susan Carey, writing competitions 5 Comments
Flash Fiction – The Kill
The Kill I’d been building to this moment for months. Ever since Ben came up with the idea of going on safari to celebrate his 35th. I’d been working as a barrister for ten years and had just got silk. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Africa, Flash Fiction, Flash Fiction Flood, Foxhunting, hunt ball, hunting, morality, The Kill, Thomson's Gazelle, upper-classes 4 Comments
I’ve been Wordled…
Yesterday, at a workshop in Utrecht given by dedicated and inspiring English teacher, Roy Bicknell, I was introduced to Wordle and its possible uses in vocabulary lessons for business English students. As a writer, it struck me as a fantastic way … Continue reading