September Short Story: Sacrifice

WARNING: This story deals with adult themes and should, as a result, be approached responsibly. This story was first published in 30 parts via Twitter during September. It is now reproduced in a complete form, a number of small edits and corrections made to improve narrative flow and maintain correct continuity. Enjoy. Sacrifice   Knowing … Continue reading September Short Story: Sacrifice

August Short Story :: Lydia

This story was first published in 31 parts via Twitter during August. It is now reproduced in a complete form, a number of small edits and corrections made to improve narrative flow and maintain correct continuity. Enjoy. Lydia The Circus has never visited Anchorbridge before, of that Connie is certain. It’s not even on the … Continue reading August Short Story :: Lydia

March Short Story :: I Love You

This story was first published in 31 parts via Twitter during March. It is now reproduced in a complete form, a number of small edits and corrections made to improve narrative flow and maintain correct continuity. Enjoy. I Love You The last group of students chatter and squeal their way through the European History Gallery, … Continue reading March Short Story :: I Love You

Book of the Month :: Throw 6 to Start

Throw 6 To Start As the second sun goes down, Riz wonders if he’s done the right thing. This is closer to disaster as he’s ever flown, far too late to start wishing the journey had never been undertaken. With Pleasure Planet Pixel in darkness, there is less than a rotation before the Game he’s … Continue reading Book of the Month :: Throw 6 to Start

Wood and Water :: One

As promised, today is a passage that originally began life as a short piece of an Open University creative writing assessment. It's subsequently been edited and now has the potential to start a short story. Enjoy He knows what they search for is close. The boy and his father have been travelling since first light, descending … Continue reading Wood and Water :: One