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Flash Fiction Friday: Cubicle #6

Another Chuck Wendig Flash fiction challenge. The theme was Insomnia: “Insomnia must figure in your story in some way.” (1000 words). Cubicle #6 was inspired by my stay in hospital on 4th July. Not my usual style. I hadn’t slept for two days due to pains in my back and arms. Heart issues were ruled out…

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Flash Fiction Friday: Jeremy Pocket and the See-Through Wall

This story was written as part of a Chuck Wendig/Terribleminds flash fiction challenge (2016): choose one of ten titles created by his readers. Jeremy Pocket and the See-Through Wall jumped out at me – well, Pocket did. He demanded to be heard. Unfortunately I could only whittle the story down from 1900 words to just over 1300…

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Flash Fiction Challenge: Boys and Bones

Chuck Wendig has an entertaining and informative blog, Terribleminds. Now and then he presents flash fiction challenges. (Here’s one I did last year: Curiosity…) Usually I miss the post until the stated challenge deadline. Not this time. This week’s challenge was: Pick a title from the list of twenty randomly created titles. Write a flash fiction…

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