Category Archives: Flash Fiction

The End of the World

He stood transfixed, the radio news reverberating around his head. Nuclear war had broken out in the Middle East and the inevitable had come to pass: everyone was firing their nukes off at everyone else and good old Blighty, which … Continue reading

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Distant Memories

He gulped, caught by the cold Atlantic wind that thrust its way through the open door. Swilling the last of the beer down, he crushed the can and tossed it into the sink, its final words echoing round the kitchen until it … Continue reading

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Moments With Strangers I

“Why are we crammed in here?” “I don’t know, they just shouted for us to get in.” “I’m cold and scared, I want my mummy.” “It’s OK little one, come here, have a hug, it will be all right.” “I … Continue reading

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