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Flash Fiction: Sparks of Guilt

This weeks Flash Fiction challenge hosted at Terribleminds.com is a picture based challenge. He gave us a link to a website that showed us 24 truly astonishing pictures from places you would struggle to believe actually existed and weren’t Photoshop creations. All we had to do was to choose one of them and use it […]

Flash Fiction: The Untold Legend of Skull Ridge

In a similar vein to last weeks Flash Fiction hosted at Terribleminds.com, we have a whole new set of lists to generate our Flash fiction details from. With a deft flick of the wrist, I rolled my D10’s and generated the following items. Sub-Genre: Weird West Conflict: Someone’s been poisoned Must feature: A mysterious stranger […]

Flash Fiction: The Cat & Mouse Murders

Here we go the first piece of Flash Fiction for 2013, and it ended up being a bizarre one. Thanks once more to Chuck Wendig and Terribleminds.com for the challenge. Chuck gave us three lists, Sub-genre, Setting and a further list giving you something that your piece of Flash Fiction must include. All we had […]

Flash Fiction: Where Elfs Dare

I have finally managed to drag my motivation out of its ditch and write some Flash Fiction. Specifically, I’ve written a piece of Fiction for the Terribleminds.com Friday Flash Fiction Challenge. In Chuck’s own words… “I love the concept of the “War on Christmas.” I don’t mean that I like the actual faux-bullshit “war,” I […]

Flash Fiction: The End Bit

It has been a long time since I last wrote something for one of Chuck Wendig’s Friday flash fiction challenges. I know I say that a lot, but it has been weeks and for one reason or another I kept putting it off or I never found the time, which is probably tantamount to the […]

Flash Fiction: Desert Music

For this weeks flash fiction challenge at Terribleminds.com we were given a list of ten ‘ingredients’ that could be used in a piece of flash fiction. We had to choose five out of those ten ingredients and use them in a piece of 1000 word flash fiction. I could have chosen the ones I wanted but […]

Flash Fiction: Dead Desire

For this weeks flash fiction challenge over at Terribleminds.com, we were asked to write our flash fiction based on one of these five titles… The Monkey’s Pageant Dead-Clock’s Revenge The Black Lighthouse Bright Stars Gone To Black Plastic Dreams & Doll Desires …or any combination of those words without adding any more of our own. […]

Flash Fiction: The Three Naughty Friends

Another week and another flash fiction challenge by Terribleminds.com. Adding to the success of the earlier ‘Aspect’ flash fiction challenges (my entries can be seen here and here), Mr Wendig has done it again. This time he’s expanded the possible sub-genre, problem and elements to include options for our flash fiction by 100%. That’s right, […]

Flash Fiction: The Crossword Killer

This weeks Flash Fiction challenge hosted by Terribleminds.com was rather tricky. Mr Wendig gave us a randomly generated sentence which we had to include somewhere in our piece of 1000 word flash fiction. The sentence was… “A novice revenges the rhythm” It is a rather difficult sentence to use in its natural form due to […]

Flash Fiction: The Cockney’s Story

This is my entry to the Terribleminds.com Flash Fiction Challenge: The Flea Market. Another bit of flash fiction where I had no idea where I was going with it until I got to the end. Exciting, eh? Here it is, comments are always welcome in fact they are positively encouraged.