Category Archives: Short Stories

That Place, Part 4

“Ay brought a few things,” said Georgia as Rachael hugged her. “You didn’t need to do that!” “Me mum taught me never to show up empty handed.” “How is Moria?” she asked. “Feisty as ever,” she replied as she tousled … Continue reading

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That Place, Part 3

For the next week, everyone in town was waiting for something terrible and tragic to happen. There was even talk of a mass evacuation but Mayor Ben Cooper, who had held the office for twelve years running, assuaged people’s fears … Continue reading

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That Place, Part 2

People who think that little towns are quiet aren’t listening hard enough. News travels rapidly and with an exponential rate of inaccuracy. While gossip about celebrities is entertaining, it can’t compete with people you know, or at least see in … Continue reading

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That Place, Part 1

Ivy didn’t so much climb the side of the building as smother it. It gave the impression of the world’s largest topiary with a door and windows. If you pulled it away, and it took a bit of effort, you … Continue reading

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One story, six words at a time

She smiles and I fall again. Crazy, little goes a long way. Nothing versus something, who will win? Seeing her again, brings sweet pain. If I forgive, will I forget? Promises worth their weight in air. Objection your honor, overruled … Continue reading

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Some good news

Hey constant readers, My short story, An Odd Missive, just made it to the Quarter Finals of the Screencraft Short Story Contest, a link proving I’m not delusional is below. You can also read it here on this site in … Continue reading

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What comes after Five?

She smiles and solitude will vanish. Darkness or light, both will seduce. Think about this, door locks behind. Island volcano lair, explosions, oh James! Atomic experiments, finally the sleeper awakens. Monster versus Monster, always humans in-between Not missing you, missing … Continue reading

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