Dashing in to say that my new 75-word story Things That Go Bump is up at specialist flash fiction website Paragraph Planet today. It's a flippant little piece about ghosts, dead fish, and things that aren't quite as they seem. Do go and check it out - and I hope you have as much [...]
There's a smashing new review of the 'Being Me' charity anthology over at Kimmer's Erotic Book Banter. (If you're put off by that word 'erotic', by the way, don't worry - 'Being Me' isn't a particularly erotic book and as the review suggests, would be suitable for YA readers as well as sensitive adults!) I'm [...]
Today I have a brand new 75-word story appearing at Paragraph Planet. The Huntsman is based on those old northern European 'swan maiden' fairy tales by Hans Christian Anderson and the like, but with a hefty and macabre twist. I just hope it doesn't put you off your lunch!
A few weeks back I mentioned that I'd had a story, The Visitor, accepted in a charity anthology called Being Me. The anthology includes a total of sixteen stories about people suffering isolation or discrimination as a result of being different, and proceeds will be going to the Being Me charity. And the good news [...]
...my 75- word flash fiction 'The Summons', which is appearing on the Paragraph Planet website. The story is based on an old myth from Thirlmere in the Lake District. The villages of Armboth and Wythburn were drowned (having been evacuated first, I should add - I'm not that much of a ghoul!) during the creation [...]
I had some lovely news on the writing front the other week, but have been so busy dashing around I'd completely forgotten to pass it on! Those of you who've been following me for a while may remember a short story of mine called The Visitor, which appeared in the Queer Dimensions anthology from QueeredFiction. [...]
This is the title of my latest short story, a spooky little tale told in exactly 75 words, which is appearing at Paragraph Planet today. Telling a whole story in so few words isn't easy - I often find that even when I think I've achieved the target I'm actually two words short, or three [...]