Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the one hundred and forty-third piece in this series. This week’s is the thirteenth bunch of 6-word stories by a variety of authors, together with their 6-word biographies. These stories will be podcasted in episode 43 (with three <500-word stories) on Sunday 31st August.
by… Sal Buttaci finds humor in life.
- Destined for greatness, I’m now obese.
- Hired, wired, tired, and then fired.
- Serial killers eat muffins for breakfast.
by Chong Teck SIM – aspiring Singaporean writer
- Broken toys. Discoloured photographs. Forgotten childhood.
- Parched earth. Windless comfort. Burning summer.
- Reclusive elder. Mountain cavern. Simple meals.
by… Mark K – a writer?… trying hard
- Don’t be mature… Grow old disgracefully.
- Family friendly fiction’s no friggin’ fun.
- Simple Simon always gets it wrong.
by Nancy Zielinski, trying her very best
- Hot sun. Scorched sand. Burnt feet.
- Table for one please; recently widowed.
- He yawns. She yawns. I yawn.
and then three from yours truly… Morgen Bailey, Morgen With an E
- It’s gone again. To be expected.
- Spies lying low. Quiet next-door neighbours.
- Top dog. Rules the roost. Bully.
Thank you, everyone.
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- and guest blogs about short stories on this blog: Alberta Ross, Jane Hertenstein, Helen M Hunt, Morgen Bailey, Sarah Grace Logan, Warren Bull.
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