F3 for 15th August 2008
Neil’s Friday Flash Fiction for w/e 4th July.
A new piece of Friday flash from Neil.
A full blown short story this week. Bit of an experiment. Feedback – as ever – is welcome.
You can blame futurismic for drawing my attention to this. That in turn led inevitably to this: Touched By Neil Beynon Certainly. I am a four series leisure model. That’s not very nice. I prefer employed. Mr Crabtree. It’s silicone. They can do amazing things with silicone these days. Once […]
Here goes. Feedback is welcome. Quantum Cigars By Neil Beynon There was no sound. This was marginally disappointing but not unexpected. Simply changing the quantum frequency to allow his enhanced eyes a view of the multiverse was difficult enough; the power required astonishing. The artificial star he was using to […]
A trip to an ancient city soaked in slavery, drugs and bad weather.
Friday Flash Fiction 42: Precious
As long as I’ve been doing the Friday Flash G has been asking me to write a specific type of story. On weeks where I find myself clawing for ideas the answer from her is often: do that one I want you to do…or words to that effect. And so finally I have.
This week’s story was written for G – belatedly – for the occasion of her birthday.
Feel free to provide feedback in the comments.
By Neil Beynon
On the back of today’s announcement I feel almost deflated posting this week’s entry. It didn’t quite live up to the expectations I had when the idea first occurred but with the final draft of The Woodsman well underway (we just met the Tream) this is all I’ve got. And […]