Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the one hundred and sixth in this series. This week’s is third bunch of 6-word stories by a variety of authors, together with their 6-word biographies! These stories will be podcasted in episode 34 (with three <500-word stories)) on Sunday 1st December.
by Kimba Dalferes, http://kimdalferes.com – Tall Tales Teller
- In hindsight, flowers would have helped.
- Yes doctor, it’s been four hours.
by Tony Tibbenham – Writing because I must
- New yacht, old rock. Swim home.
by Julie Lees. www.juliewow.com. Living the Dream
- Gangland killings. Retribution assigned. Wrecked lives.
- Window cleaner. Surreptitious glance. Murder witness.
by William Bortz, afreshnewview.blogspot.com, writer, barista, dreamer.
- A mountain does not know loss
- Water puddles, no coat to lend
by Kimberly Sperling Mom, Realtor, Writer, Friend
- Her actions, his response, unforeseen complications.
- Alcohol vs. Perseverance. Winner announced tomorrow.
and then two from yours truly… Morgen Bailey, http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/me, With an E
- Grey day, rain falls, feel sad.
- Not rocket science. Oh, it is.
Thank you, everyone.
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Morgen’s Online Short Story Writing Group
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