This is the seventh of my nine story series of literary/women's fiction series. This story has a funny little history. It's the fastest written story I've ever produced, the first draft written in just over half an hour in a complete frenzy. For some reason, I'd been thinking of things I did when I was … Continue reading You Do Love Me, Don’t You?
This is the fifth in my series of short stories of a literary/women's fiction nature. This piece is only about 1500 words, but holds a dear place in my heart because it is the very first piece of fiction I ever had published. It appeared in Freelance Market News over a decade ago, having won … Continue reading A Monster on Her Shoulder
Welcome to the third in my series of nine non-erotic short stories. This one is quite a short piece, written for Secret Attic about ten years ago, and which won a publication spot. This story was inspired by a story told to me by my maths teacher, when I was about sixteen. He had actually … Continue reading Just a Thought
This is the second in my series of literary/women's fiction short stories. "I won't ever eat the fish" appeared in my head one day when I was editing a crime thriller for a client. I'd seen a photo on a giant canvas, rather like the header image, of a foreshortened view of a pier (for … Continue reading I Won’t Ever Eat the Fish