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  • Flash Fiction Winner - The Doll by Shona Read

    Flash Fiction Winner - The Doll by Shona Read

    This story was selected as one of the six winners of our HAUNTED flash fiction competition.

    Flash Fiction Winner - The Doll by Shona Read
  • Flash Fiction Winner - Haunted by Josephine Gabriel

    Flash Fiction Winner - Haunted by Josephine Gabriel

    This story was selected as one of the six winners of our HAUNTED flash fiction competition.

    Flash Fiction Winner - Haunted by Josephine Gabriel
  • Flash Fiction Winner - Till Death Us Do Part by Laura Besley

    Flash Fiction Winner - Till Death Us Do Part by Laura Besley

    This story was selected as one of the six winners of our HAUNTED flash fiction competition.

    Flash Fiction Winner - Till Death Us Do Part by Laura Besley
  • Flash Fiction Winner - The Yurei of Aokigahara by Abby Crawford

    Flash Fiction Winner - The Yurei of Aokigahara by Abby Crawford

    This story was selected as one of the six winners of our HAUNTED flash fiction competition.

    Flash Fiction Winner - The Yurei of Aokigahara by Abby Crawford
  • Haunted Flash Fiction Competition - The Results!

    Haunted Flash Fiction Competition - The Results!

    We asked you for your best stories on the theme of Haunted. They could be funny, creepy, sad, poetic, descriptive - as long as they were under 200 words.

    Haunted Flash Fiction Competition - The Results!
  • Extract - The Wacky Man by Lyn G Farrell

    Extract - The Wacky Man by Lyn G Farrell

    Amanda secludes herself in her bedroom, no longer willing to face the outside world. Gradually, she pieces together the story of her life: her brothers have had to abandon her, her mother scarcely talks to her, and the Wacky Man could return any day to burn the house down. Just like he promised. As her family disintegrates, Amanda hopes for a better future, a way out from the violence and fear that has consumed her childhood. But can she cling to her sanity, before insanity itself is her only means of escape?

    Extract - The Wacky Man by Lyn G Farrell