Tag Archives: Mystery

Still Waters – 99 Word Flash Fiction

Without wishing to sound like a broken record, my laptop is playing up.  And yes, I mean my ‘new’ laptop, the one I got back in January to replace my ‘old’, slow, on-its-last-legs one, but which I am now using … Continue reading

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Foxy Lady: 99 Word Flash Fiction

At long last, time for some Flash Fiction! Charli’s Flash Fiction prompt this week asks us to write about ‘an old mystery in the current time.’  Now, I love a good mystery.  Enid Blyton has a great deal to do … Continue reading

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My Alcoholic Dad Gave Me Something

As a young girl I loved going for walks in the woods with my dad and my younger brother.  It was ritual which started like this: On Saturday mornings, my dad would make a ‘fry up’ which consisted of everything … Continue reading

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