Month: December 2015

Two Stories accepted for Issue 3 of Firefly Magazine!

Two of my flash fictions, ‘She’s Saving it for Me’ and ‘Carnations’ have been accepted for publication in the wonderful Firefly Magazine, an online journal of luminous writing!

Here’s a little but about the two flashes, without spoiling it for you: ‘She’s Saving it for Me’ is about a man and a busker, and ‘Carnations’ is about a husband visiting his wife…

You can check out Firefly Magazine by following this link here.

I’ll post again then the two stories have been published!

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‘Just Like Mummy’ to be Published by CHEAP POP!

My flash fiction, ‘Just Like Mummy’, has been accepted by the incredible CHEAP POP, an online journal featuring micro-fiction that sticks with the reader, regardless of genre or subject matter.

I’m really excited that ‘Just Like Mummy’ has found a home because I believe it’s a story that fits what this great publication is about. I won’t give it away, even though you will have to wait until February to read it, but it’s told from the point of view of a little girl who wants nothing more than to grow up to be like her Mummy.

Just you wait…

I’ll post again when CHEAP POP have published ‘Just Like Mummy’, and I’m looking forward to being a part of this brilliant online journal. Meanwhile, you should definitely check our the micro-fiction they publish, read some, and consider even submitting your own writing. Check them out by following this link here.

‘Like Moths’ Published by 140 Story!

‘Like Moths’ has now been published by 140 Story. You can read it by following this link here. Go on – it’s only 140 characters long!

To submit your own 140 character story, check out their website by following this link here.

‘Like Moths’ to be Published by 140 Story!

I have an upcoming publication with the cool online journal 140 Story called ‘Like Moths’.

140 Story specialise in fiction 140 characters in length, including spaces. I love this premise, as well as the amount of thought it takes to produce a story in so few characters, and ultimately words.

I will post again when it’s available to read, but you should check out their website (click this link here) and their Twitter feed (click this link here).

‘Strictly Showbiz’ Published by Funny in Five Hundred!

‘Strictly Showbiz’ has been published by Funny in Five Hundred and is available to read now!

It’s about a new reality TV talent show, featuring judges Simon Cowell, Mary Berry, and other familiar faces.

You can read it and other funny stories by following this link here. Happy reading!

If you’re interested in submitting your own funny flash in 500 words or less, then you should check out their submission page by following this link here.

Thrilled! Three Prose Poems Accepted for Publication by Unbroken Journal!

A journal I absolutely love have accepted three of my prose poems, ‘Tempestuous’‘Submerged’, and ‘Sequester’, for publication in their March/April 2016 issue.

Unbroken Journal is brilliant journal celebrating poetic prose and the prose poem. I thoroughly recommend you check out this journal, which you can do so by following this link here.

‘The New Save’ Published by Yellow Chair Review!

‘The New Save’ has  now been published in the Yellow Chair Review‘s Pop Culture issue and is available to read by following this link here.  My flash is on page 26, but why not read the other fiction, non-fiction, and poetry published too. There’s also a nice selection of art featured, and the front cover truly is special!

My pleasure this evening is to read this issue, but there’s a vast array of different pieces to read, covering all kinds of Pop Culture areas from film, music, TV, and video games.

‘The New Save’ is a flash I didn’t think I’d have the opportunity to write, but when I saw the submission guidelines for the Yellow Chair Review for this issue I knew I could write about a childhood passion in a flash: Pokemon.

Yes, ‘The New Save’ is about Pokemon, and this makes me incredibly happy! But it isn’t only about Pokemon…read it now to find out what else…