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Finish the Story #15

The Funniest Vacation Ever! Alan spent the winter of ’86 thinking about all the road trips he was subjected to as a child in the old family station wagon. His two children had never experienced hours filled with playing I-spy … Continue reading

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First Line Friday: August 31st, 2018

Image: Google Images -Labelled for re-use Summer died that night. It was a sad end to a summer holiday romance. But then again what did I expect, we had met had fun and tomorrow we returned to our respective homes, … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers – The Museum of Upper Slobyabib.

Image: ©Yarnspinner On my recent world trip with my aging but enthusiastic neighbour Edna Ross, whose enthusiasm waned somewhat when she discovered we would be sharing accommodation. On our second day, we visited the museum of Upper Slobyabib. To our … Continue reading

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FLASH FICTION FOR THE PURPOSEFUL PRACTITIONER- 2018 WEEK #28

Image: flight-airport-airplane-plane-34631 pixel photo It was the last day of our holiday. We needed to be packed and out the door early to catch our flight home. Joyce, my aged companion, was not happy. The holiday in Morgue had exceeded … Continue reading

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Wordle #202 – The Marooned Octopus

This week’s words: Pint chase fists cease sleeping bag octopus marooned metal breathless pennyworth wastrel (noun). a wasteful or good-for-nothing person. wanderjahr (noun). A year spent travelling abroad, typically immediately before or after a university or college course. Finding the … Continue reading

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FLASH FICTION FOR THE PURPOSEFUL PRACTITIONER- 2018 WEEK #21 – Joyce’s Morning After

Image: MorgueFile April 62433e902 After falling asleep on the beach the previous day, Joyce, my aged companion, awoke not feeling in the holiday mode. Her back and legs stung from sunburn and she refused, eyeing me suspiciously, to have anymore … Continue reading

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FLASH FICTION FOR THE PURPOSEFUL PRACTITIONER- 2018: WEEK #19 – The Morgue Lookout.

Image: MorgueFile April 1408991814e81x2 Roger our tour guide woke us early and in a state of anxiety. He said there had been complaints about the town of Nipcat and as a result, we were returning to Morgue to visit a … Continue reading

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