Category Archives: Flash Fiction

Victoria, Your Twenty Minutes Start NOW!

This time, we had the initial sentence “They found his diary under his bed” and we had to write for twenty minutes. My hero is annoying, but, of course, gorgeous.   They found his diary under his bed. Poor bastard … Continue reading

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Blue, Blue Eyes

“Can I buy you a drink?” Surrounding admirers parted and drifted away. His strong, broad shoulders loomed above me. Dark curls brushed my cheek as he bent his handsome face to mine. He smiled. And I fell in love with … Continue reading

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from Sultry Scribes: Victoria, Your Twenty Minutes Start…Now!

At our latest Sultry Scribes meeting, we wrote onto slips of paper, a noun, an adjective, and an emotion, then dropped those words into separate bowls. Each person then ‘lucky dipped’ to choose her own three words, all of which … Continue reading

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Your Ten Minutes Start NOW!

For Christmas, we Sultry Scribes (my writers’ group from Down Under) gave each other a Secret Santa gift. We then proceeded to spend ten minutes writing about it. I was given a lovely, large handbag. We had champagne. So…. I … Continue reading

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Valentines Day Salute

The elegant chocolate rose rested on my plate, smiling up at me, taunting me. I’d come home from work, and there it was, my rose valentine, tied with shiny red ribbon to my door knob. No message. I frowned, puzzling … Continue reading

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