These are short stories of less than 500 words each. Nice bitesized reads! I sometimes like to read these aloud, too.
A teenage boy is at a loss as to what his life’s purpose is. Then, while out hunting rabbits with his uncle, he has a disturbing revelation…
Published by Pulp Metal Magazine
Ayrshire gal, Molly, doesn't expect to have her first lesbian experience that night. As for the identity of this perfect stranger? She certainly didn't expect that either!
Years later, a girl writes a letter to her high-school unrequited love. An apology of sorts
American Lobster & Snapper Fish have shared their tank for years, yet their fascination for the Dry World on the other side of the glass never ceases.
A precocious seventeen year old goes to a weird and trashy nightclub in downtown Wellington, and documents what she sees.
An attempt to fit in at school backfires, as an S6 pupil tries to get a photo taken for the yearbook.
Published in Jotters United
Image by Dazz Draws
I wrote this trio of flash fictions originally as part of a university application. They are the first flash fictions I have ever written, and I'm proud of them for what they are.
My work has been published in Paragraph Planet, who only publish flash fictions of 75 words.
All images are sub-par sketches by me.
An exclusive look at a cat's struggles with its new housemate.
A young violinist in the moment of her first solo performance with her orchestra.
A missing child runs to a payphone and tries to call his sister for help.