Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the one hundred and eighteenth in this series. This week’s is the fifth bunch of 6-word stories by a variety of authors, together with their 6-word biographies! These stories will be podcasted in episode 37 (with three <500-word stories) on Sunday 22nd February.
by Elaine McKay likes writing on paper.
- Neglected kid. Grew upped and left.
- “Not our conman, Ma’am, mistaken identity.”
by Mark K, a writer?… trying hard
- Pop in at any time, Mary.
- I give blood: vampires take it.
by Awen Thornber. Creative dreamer. Cancer survivor.
- Wedding ring pawned. He left again.
- Awen, druid for inspiration. Writer’s block!
by Chelle Cordero, author, passion and suspense
- Icy roads, crunching metal, I’m gone.
- sensual touch, making love, sated slumber
by Mark Morris; enlightened and newly confident.
- Waking. Snuggling together. Late for work.
- Rejected, discouraged, persistent, resigned. Writers’ revelation!
by www.wordpress.com/cltaylorauthor Psychological suspense author, toddler wrangler
- At my own wake. No-one knows.
by Sarah Palmer has no website! Writer?
- Took Jane a casserole. She cried.
- Toby wants his story after all.
by Jackie Sayle. Mother of adult children.
- Doorbell! Christmas. Another parcel. Not mine.
by Claire Maycock. Nature, history, traditions.
- Birdsong in sunshine. Hope amidst winter.
- Seasons change, too often thoughts stick.
by Peter Tickler, author of fictional deaths
- Red-suited corpse. Roast venison. Presents galore.
- Bad review. Dead reviewer. Writer’s revenge.
by Julia – SF summer-of-67 hippy, retired, old.
- Mosquito bite – death on the Nile.
- Withered rose pruned. Bush beautiful again.
by Laura Rittenhouse, writer, gardener, beekeeper, traveler
- She left, he returned, bad timing.
- Surf’s up, wave crashes, shorts gritty.
by Veronica Bright. Writer. Not famous. Yet.
- Wanted. Calm flatmate. Must love snakes.
- Incarcerated princess seeks prince. Phone asylum.
by Karen Bate, Canadian author of memories
- A Happy Merry HannaSolstiFestivaChristmaKwaanzakah to all!
- New Year’s! New hope? Another day
And by Karen Bate’s husband!
- “Red-nosed reindeer? Maybe he’s drunk.”
and then two from yours truly… Morgen Bailey, http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/me, With an E
- Radio on, newsflash, now feel sick.
- Collection became obsession, no money left.
Thank you, everyone.
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