Archive for May, 2012

The Cavern – Part 2

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

I had blankets and cloths mainly in my crates, there was some food but not much as it had been very heavy, I worried seeing the supplies that had been brought in that they would be assuming people would bring food with them. The sled would be the base of my bed, the foam matting […]

Jaw Breakers

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

This is one of the collections of Flash Fiction I found out about via the National Flash Fiction Day stuff. My story did not make the cut but it’s got good stories in there and is well worth the read

National Flash Fiction Day UK

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

Yesterday I went along to The Albion Beatnik in Oxford and listened to some fantastic stories being read out. I myself did The Kissy Bunny and Melvin The Coconut. I decided again a few other selections I had with me as there were children in the audience. Turned out there was an aspect of competition […]

The Cavern – Part 1

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

It was cold and dank at the edge of the cave and yet they still drove us onwards, metal chain ladders with rungs only wide enough for one foot at a time were swung over the edge. The pit lead down to a great open chamber and they had allowed us 24 hours to pack. […]

The First Ever National Flash Fiction Day

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

This month sees the first ever flash fiction day and I am hurriedly submitting stories to various places – there doesn’t seem to be anything in Gloucestershire but over in Oxford they are running an event which I shall be reading at The day is the idea of Calum Kerr and will take place on […]