Airbus Acquisitions – a prompt short story

A stroll around the deck lead me to the forward section of the airbus. We’d been on the Cumulo for three weeks and we were now into the last six days of sailing. It was nearly time. I allowed myself a few moments respite as I leant over the railings. A netting below made it … Continue reading Airbus Acquisitions – a prompt short story

There can be only…well a few?

Photo by João Silas on Unsplash Disclaimer: If you haven't seen any of Highlander, there are some pretty major spoiler in here. World-building. No matter what genre or type of story you are writing, there needs to be some kind of world-building. It could be that actually you are setting it in the real world … Continue reading There can be only…well a few?

Single suitcase in the hall – a prompt flash fiction story

This story was written in response to Putting My Feet in the Dirt's April Writing Prompts https://puttingmyfeetinthedirt.com/2020/04/01/april-writing-prompts-3/ “And you want me to find out whose it is?” Eva stared at the case that had been dumped in the middle of her desk. Her paperwork had been folded underneath, she could see one of them crumpled, … Continue reading Single suitcase in the hall – a prompt flash fiction story