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FICTION: Turtleneck by Andrew Carter

The disaster was, in no small part, down to a jumper I was wearing. I have benefited from my brother’s hand-me-downs many times over the years but on this occasion, I fell afoul of our age gap and generational fashion fads. 1,712 more words


“August at the Fair” – Hawthorne Citation

A microfiction blast from the past: “August at the Fair” was named a Top 3 in Micro Fiction by Paul McVeigh for his Hawthorne Citation…back in 2012. 64 more words


FICTION: Waking Up Is Hard To Do by Richard Hillesley

When I was seventeen I came south to find a job. I took my belongings in a bag, hitching down the Great North Road with hope and trepidation in my heart. 3,528 more words


Sunday Photo Fiction - April 23rd 2017

Each week a photo is used, donated by one of the participants of Sunday Photo Fiction, and the idea is to write a story with the photo as a prompt in around 200 words. 270 more words

Short Story

Reo 04 ~The Puzzle of a Lost Girl~ 05

File 06: The Darkest Dimension.
A simple comparison should be enough to distinguish the details, and how large the collective effort to maintain normality extends, almost like a sentence for the obvious, this is a real life to be lived, one that contains in a bottle the mystery of the dubious past, a dark shadow covers the harsh engines of the machine, and also the particular humor of the goddess, along with a shelter from the snow. 1,145 more words


5 Reasons Why Book Reviews Are Important

We´ve all seen them. They´re all over the internet, on movie / book covers and even in magazines in form of recommendations or as one-liners included in ads. 1,134 more words


FICTION: The Renewal By Matthew John Fletcher

‘Unfortunately, there is no mistake,’ she said, closing the file.

He stared at the woman, wondering whether she was enjoying this, his particular case.

She continued, ‘The insurance lapsed at the end of May. 2,623 more words