Tag Archive: flash fiction foray

Flash Fiction: Gulliver in Drobspocklin

This week’s prompt in Matt’s Flash Fiction Foray was Skin by Rag’n’Bone Man. Upon entering Drobspocklin, I made the acquaintance of a certain Lubnitt, with whom I conversed agreeably, before suggesting we pursue… Continue reading

Flash Fiction: As Usual

Many of the songs that serve as prompts for Matt’s Flash Fiction Foray are new to me, which is fine. I’m all for broadening my horizons. But it’s nice, every now and then,… Continue reading

Flash Fiction: Precious

Though not a fiction, the week goes by in a flash and already it’s time for Matt’s 100-word Flash Fiction Foray. This week, the song prompt was Every Breath You Take. His mother said… Continue reading

Flash fiction: Loving to Bits

The prompt this week for Matt’s Flash Fiction Foray was Young and Menace by Fall Out Boy. ‘No willpower,’ said Sharon. ‘Show him a box of chocs and he’ll scoff the lot.’ ‘Same… Continue reading

Flash Fiction: Trapped

With the A to Z over, it’s back to normal on the blogging front. And what better way to resume than with Matt’s Flash Fiction Foray – 100 words in response to a prompt,… Continue reading

Flash fiction: New World Coming

Derived from an image that is © Nevit Dilmen Matt the Bookblogger’s Flash Fiction Foray is back! In which the title of a song serves as the prompt for a 100 word story.… Continue reading

Flash Fiction: Say Something

‘He won’t say anything. Dumb as a mule.’ ‘Mules are stubborn,’ said Owen, ‘not dumb. They bray. Eeaw! You know?’ ‘Mule yourself.’ Jodie brought her face close to Gordon’s. ‘Why don’t you speak?… Continue reading

Flash Fiction: Knights of Cydonia

‘You are the best warrior in Bimbongia,’ said the king. ‘But could you beat a knight of Cydonia?’ ‘I have heard they are mighty, Majesty.’ ‘Humungous, Garalopmop. But to earn my respect, you… Continue reading

Flash Fiction: Once again yesterday

‘Nothing new under the sun,’ said Hank. ‘Yet you can’t go down to the same river twice.’ Maggie wiggled her fingers, letting the varnish dry. ‘Huh?’ ‘Doesn’t make sense. It’s contradictory.’ ‘Hey, what… Continue reading

Special flash fiction offer! Sh-Boom!

Happy whatever, she thought, driving back. That’s what they’d said. A surprise. We’ll be happy whatever. A red light. The brakes squealed. Concentrate. But she was back there, the transducer sliding over the… Continue reading

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