Donna and Jim struggle with an unspeakable act. Millicent encounters
something that will change her forever, and Marie dreams of being free
from her harrowing life. Melvin’s pelvic thrusts have his clients in a
sweat, and Sister Francis, the bike-riding nun, has her secret revealed.
Will the poem Are They Your Red Shoes make you cry? And how will I Was You Once resonate with you?
The City of Stories is a collection of short, easy-read stories and poems that you can slip into your bag or pocket. Read in the café, waiting room, or on a journey. Read with a cup of coffee, or maybe a tipple of your choice. Stories that range from dark tales with a twist, to funny flash fiction that will make you laugh out loud.
Author Lynn Clement takes us on a rollercoaster of emotions, showing us what goes on behind closed doors.
This is a short sharp collection of well-told stories by Jim Bates who once again brings us some evocative writing with a strong literary voice. We meet a plethora of characters, each with their own concerns and triumphs. They face life's challenges and often have to turn situations around. Will they succeed? Will they make life good again?
In this collections of flash fiction, Jim Bates packs a lot of story into a few words.
This collection of prose and poetry takes the reader on a journey
through many aspects of life and indeed offers you many ways of seeing.
It makes the reader take another look.
Ricks Vick’s mantra was, “Let the pen do the writing.” He had a love of people that manifested itself on every level, from the encouragement of a shy, new poet at one of his workshops to his record-breaking seven appearances as a writer at the prestigious Stroud Short Stories.
Sadly Rick died before we finished preparing this collection for publication. He has left us an inspiring legacy.
"The World In An Eye" is an eclectic collection. It ardently and boldly
tackles issues that plague our societies. Presenting diverse flash
fiction stories set in America, England, Germany, Italy and other places
where poignancy, rawness and sensitivity are propelled to the
foreground. This evocative compilation also thrusts taboo topics out
from the fringes into the spotlight. Here, they explore and expose the
lives of those not fed with golden spoons.
Allison Symes loves reading and writing quirky fiction. She discovered
flash fiction thanks to a Cafélit challenge and has been hooked on the
form ever since. In this follow-up to her "From Light to Dark and Back
Again", Allison will take you back in time, into some truly criminal
minds, into fantasy worlds, and show you how motherhood looks from the
viewpoint of a dragon. Enjoy the journey!
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A collection of very short stories to suit every mood.
One a day, written in January, welcoming returning light
A collection of 41 stories, all under 1,000 words
An Odyssey of grief and sodomy. And every subtle shade in between.
An eccentric mix of stories and poems
A collection of flash fiction - short tales, long shadows
and other stories
Ideal for body and brain
Twenty -seven very human stories
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