Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the ninety-seventh in this series. This week’s is the first bunch of 6-word stories by a variety of authors, together with their 6-word biographies! These stories will be podcasted in episode 31 (with three short stories) on Sunday 8th September.
by Stefan Bolz, www.thethreefeathers.com – Go, Froggie, Go:
- From now on only memories remain
by DJ Paterson – Reader, Writer, Arithmeticer, et al.
- I mouthed, ‘Help!’ but Ben saw
- For Sale: House keys, owner’s photo
by Morrison Bailey – Writer under exhaustion
- As the rain fell, umbrellas rose.
- Worked for money, got sore feet.
by Jen Squire http://jen-squire.blogspot.co.uk – You’re being watched
- He uses his pauses very effectively
- Insomniac teased by lover’s sleep ease
by Kimba Dalferes, http://kimdalferes.com – Tall Tales Teller
- She smiled as bail was posted.
- Enjoying therapy always surprised her husband.
by Melanie Taylor, bilingual, dreamer, digitally conscious
- Unfortunately McZombie won’t serve human flesh.
- Vintage Chanel shoes mine, Auntie died.
- Princess widowed after snogged frog croaks.
- Custer forgot fortune favours the braves.…
by Kimberly Sperling Mom, Realtor, Writer, Friend
- Secrets…his, hers and now this…
- Fast car, wet corner. Four funerals.
- Short tales, no time, Swift edit.
* I added in the co-authoring so Tony’s biography was six words 🙂
and then two from yours truly… Morgen Bailey, https://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/me, With an E
- Loved, lost, but will love again
- On diet, calories used, chewing thumb
Thank you, everyone.
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