Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the one hundred and thirty-ninth piece in this series. This week’s is the twelfth bunch of 6-word stories by a variety of authors, together with their 6-word biographies! These stories will be podcasted in episode 42 (with three <500-word stories) on Sunday 27th July.
by Sal Buttaci – finds humor in life.
- Love our neighbors beyond hello goodbye.
- Something’s cooking; I need a plate.
- Papa was not ashamed to cry.
by Mark K – a writer?… trying hard
- When she’s pedantic try being romantic.
- If silence is golden, why talk?
- Love in a sauna burns things.
by Jon Gyngell – ginger-faced word herder
- Supposedly deaf girl hears unspoken words.
- Afterwards my doppelgänger welcomed me home.
- Dying reformed gambler coughs up cash.
by Nancy Raynsford – teaching numbers, writing words
- Books the holiday, reads the books.
- Body in locked room. Detective solves.
- Take the test. Tell the Dad.
by Chris Farley – searching for fictional inspiration
- I gambled with stupidity; and lost.
- One life lived fully. Ended abruptly.
- Hussar had it. Horse heading home.
by Joanne Hayle – writes despite brain. Grateful. blessed.
- Bloodshed. He worshipped and despised her.
- Love struck, bitterly disappointed by infidelity.
- Reads determinedly to her comatose son.
by Steph Post – loves words and tattoos.
- I love your face in darkness.
- New phone under tires, glittering heartbreak.
- Your scars are stars on skin.
by Chong Teck SIM – aspiring Singaporean writer
- A woman. Cascading tears. Burnt photographs.
- College boys. Energetic music. Free-flowing beer.
- Weeping clouds. Rite of passage. Death.
and then three from yours truly… Morgen Bailey – Morgen With an E
- Getting on well, then text silence.
- Young on birth certificate – feeling old.
- Bad day, bad hair, big smile.
Thank you, everyone.
If you’d like to submit your 6-worders (three per monthly blog post, although you can send as many as you like) or 500-word max. stories for consideration for Flash Fiction Friday take a look here. Read the rest of this entry »