Undiscovered Flast Fiction and Other Bits

flash fiction posts find lost hidden world of warcraft fable 3It’s amazing to think that since this blog began in February there are some posts that have been relatively undiscovered. There are some bits of flash fiction that have only been read by one or two people. I don’t think they’re bad posts necessarily, maybe the SEO was off or maybe I just didn’t sitemap them properly, who knows?

So to showcase these undiscovered stories and other posts, I’m going to re-introduce them here. Let’s see what we can do to push these posts a little more into the limelight.

Flash Fiction: ‘The Butcher’

Racking up only one solitary reader, this piece of 100 word fiction scored as our loneliest post. A tragic tale of a man nicknamed The Butcher.

Flash Fiction: Mistakes

Another piece of 100 word fiction also ranked with only one visitor. A case of mistaken identity has fatal results.

Flash Fiction: Plans of mice and men

Only one person has read this odd 100 word fiction of a mouse taking on his arch nemesis.

More NaNo and an Evil Nanny

This tale is a darker tale about an abusive nanny, seen through the eyes of her victims. Oh there’s also some NaNo stuff there too, but I wouldn’t worry about that.

Flash Fiction: The Golorath

Finally, there’s something here with a bit more ‘bite’ about it. This piece of flash fiction tells the story of the legend of the mythical Golorath and how the magnificent creature came to be.

World of Warcraft: Waving Goodbye

When I finally left World of Warcraft, I obviously thought that it needed some justification so I wrote this.

Flash Fiction: Absent Friends

A story telling the tale of a man who wakes up after a very good night, or was it?

Doomed to Repeat

A time travelling witch and royal treachery, what else could you possible need? Well it could do with some readers.

Fable III Review

Of all the posts that have remained almost invisible this is one of the few that isn’t fiction. My review of Fable III, come on… you must be at least slightly curious about what I thought.

Flash Fiction: A New Monster

Back to the fiction, and this was written in response to a challenge where we had to write about an entirely new monster.

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.

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