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Hammersmith. Chapter thirty two.

Cass was not immediately clear how she had got to where she was now. Her unit had made losses. The kind of losses that would in a simulation, or a test run, in live fire exercises, pretty much any test. 1,089 more words


Guest Post from author, @LisaShambrook #wwwBlogs 7 Reasons Why You Should Be You...

Today’s guest on the Big Blue Takeover is, Lisa Shambrook author of the beautiful ‘Hope Within’ series and blogger at The Last Krystallos. Over to Lisa… 1,073 more words


Von Fries

by Dylan Taylor

The fire came from the inside. Small flames licked my abdomen, but more blackened coal-stoked char than open flame. Sure it was painful, but it wasn’t the pain I remember, it was the shock. 984 more words

Slink Chunk Press

Carpet Ragging

I saw a group of people standing outside a carpet-making factory, brandishing signs saying things like “Stop sweeping prices under the carpet!” and “Rug burn!” and “Down with carpet baggers!” and none of them made any kind of sense, so I asked one of the seeming protestors: 460 more words


Wedding day

Lucy looked beautiful and sad. Smile!


Flash Fiction

The Quality of Silence by Rosamund Lupton REVIEW

The Quality of Silence by Rosamund Lupton
Published by Little, Brown
Published 2 July 2015 (first published 28 April 2015)
340 pages
Library book… 320 more words


The Way it All Fell Apart

The black sky had cracks where the light broke through. He found it calming, those moments, keeping time with the stars. Back when he had space, splayed out on wet grass. 435 more words