Tag Archives: Flash fiction

Flash Fiction – Some Men Are Salty

Here’s a bit of flash written by a friend of mine and reproduced on this blog with her permission: This last one I ate slowly, in small bites, chewing him well before swallowing. In between eating him, we talked. He … Continue reading

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The Warm-Up

Does anyone else need one before writing the day’s allocation of words? I do. The warm-up for writers consists of the few (or many) writing exercises that we do to get in ‘the zone’. You know the big glowing circle … Continue reading

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What does it mean to ‘like’ something?

I wrote a few flash fiction stories for my class recently and someone made the comment that they really ‘liked’ it. I was thinking this morning – what does ‘like’ mean? Nowadays the ubiquitous Facebook thumbs-up is used to signify … Continue reading

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