Category Archives: Short Stories

Will there ever be poetic justice in this world?

Below is a link to a joint article I did with Jayne Linney. Due to technical difficulties, I was unable to reblog it directly from her site. Will there ever be poetic justice in this world? – http://jaynelinney.wordpress.com/2014/02/09/will-there-ever-be-poetic-justice-in-this-world/ Comments are … Continue reading

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THE INTERVIEW

‘This way please.’ Mike followed the receptionist to a room that was bland and faded, despite the people in the room and the colours on display. The walls were dark green and mostly wrinkled due to the paint appearing as … Continue reading

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SPORTS DAY

It was the annual sports day. In the minds of others Ryan was not expected to do anything but compete.  Though he did well whenever he took place in athletics during P.E, he only entered the 800m as no one … Continue reading

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THE RECEPTION

I have been to a few wedding receptions over the last few years, so have decided to write a short story about one which is fictitious. In six months time, I’m due to go to a wedding reception of a … Continue reading

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