Monthly Archives: August 2018

The Figurine #FlashFiction

Janice sat on the cream coloured couch staring dolefully at the mantelpiece. The figurine seemed to be staring at her and peering right through her soul. Her husband Josh looked at her transfixed. “If it makes you sad why not … Continue reading

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The Meeting #FlashFiction

Emma sat in her room, crestfallen. It all came back to her in quick flashes. She was ecstatic when she had met the ‘man’. Her heart leapt in joyful gallops when he smiled at her. It had been five years … Continue reading

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The Shift #FlashFiction

Everyone who walked across the cream-hued corner house of Carter Lane, in that idyllic little town, paused and took in the sight. After all it was not commonplace to see a scarecrow dressed in feminine attire perched in all its … Continue reading

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Windfall Gain #FlashFiction

The phone rang and he grinned sheepishly as he took in the information. A sense of excitement and anticipation swelled within him. “We are sorry for your loss. Your uncle passed away yesterday it seems.” The door had been pushed … Continue reading

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When ‘The Marvelous Mrs Maisel’ Got Me Thinking: Are Women Born To Be Mothers?

So, recently, I joined the Amazon/Netflix bandwagon. Yes, it was too tempting a proposition to be stalled. It brought me face to face with a plethora of TV shows and movies (making my procrastinating ways even worse). As I greedily … Continue reading

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