Category Archives: Free Fiction

National Flash Fiction Day

Apparently, it’s National Flash Fiction Day. So, I wrote you some flash. The Monster Under My Bed It turns out there really are monsters under the bed. Which is an odd thing to discover at the age of thirty-four. I … Continue reading

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Review: Myths RETOLD – YELLING MYTHS AT THE INTERNET

Sometimes I want to be like ‘GUYS – make a logo-link-awesome-thing for people to use on their blogs when they promote and/or review you without worrying that you might feel they’re stealing your art’, but then I realised I don’t … Continue reading

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Teenage Wasteland 4: The Legend of Catherine of Gawthwate – Finale

Here follows the last installment of The Legend of Catherine of Gawthwate, a truly terrible piece of my early writing that I have dredged up for your amusement. (Catch up on parts one, two, and three of TLoCoG here, here, … Continue reading

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Teenage Wasteland 3: The Legend of Catherine of Gawthwate continues some more!

Sorry no proper reviews since last week. It’s been busy times in Womblevonia. In lieu of exciting commentary on other people’s work, I give you: terrible writing from my childhood! (Catch up on parts one and two of TLoCoG here … Continue reading

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Teenage Wasteland 2: The Legend of Catherine of Gawthwate Continues!

So, people seemed to enjoy reading my horrifically bad early writings, last week. Favourites including my unique spelling of the word accent ‘exuent’ and Sir Richard’s horse, Belinda. For kicks and giggles, and so you can find out what happens … Continue reading

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Teenage Wasteland: Old Manuscripts

Inspired by Lou Morgan’s post on discovering an old manuscript, I dug out a few. It wasn’t hard. I knew exactly where they were. I know some people who are happy to throw out their writing – one person who … Continue reading

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Hint Fiction

Hoping for an Early Spring Dearest, Leave off chasing S. It always ends in tears – he has eyes only for A. Come early this year; I will linger late. W — I wrote this for a hint fiction anthology … Continue reading

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