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Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #19 – The Cube

Image: Andrew Neel@pexels.com. When the knock on the door was answered, they were greeted by a man introducing himself as Mr Minisota, and he was there to show them something that would change their lives forever. By the time they … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #267 Butcher’s Chopping Block Lane

Image: – bookbadaboom/Pikabu I’d followed her for a few days, and she gave me the slip every time. Where did go and where did she come from? An innocent looking child, school back pack, I wondered what scholarly treasure she … Continue reading

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What do you See? May 28/2019 – The Unusual Gift

It was sitting outside the front door, Just there, minding its own business But alluring at the same time. What made it even more mysterious was it wasn’t Christmas It wasn’t my birthday In fact, a gift of any kind … Continue reading

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Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #15 – The Last Stop

There was a sense of finality about the sign ahead of them. Beyond this point were they stepping off the edge of the world, entering an abyss or just some never-never from which survival was only an option. They contemplated … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “it’s all in the title” – A Distant Hum

When our visitors arrived they asked what the hum was they could hear. We replied with a nonchalant: ‘Its just a hum, its somewhere in the distant north, we are used to now, don’t let it bother you, another cup … Continue reading

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Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #1 – The Image from Smither’s Glade.

Image: Watanska at DeviantArt.com. The photo in the local museum created a lot of interest. The origin of the subject was raised by many, as the young girl was not a local. The photographer was Muriel Sparks an eccentric woman … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #14 – The Road to Nowhere.

The sign said “Nowhere 25 kilometres.” I did chuckle at the thought of being on the road to Nowhere. I was curious to see what lay at the end of the road. It wasn’t as if it was the road … Continue reading

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