Short Story: The Forgotten Flowers

Tom didn’t care his younger brother and sisters were looking for him in the garden. Mum and dad were too busy enjoying their afternoon tea while their kids played. They had considered it to be a safe place. The staff…

Short Story: Home Sweet Home

She sat on the deck of her houseboat waiting for the sunset. It was her evening ritual even in the winter. With a glass of red wine in her hand, Alice loved to soak up the breeze that passed along…

Short Story: Pooh Bear in Chelsea

‘Imagine a short tubby bear walking down here’, said daddy. ‘Where do you think he’d be going?’ That was a tricky question. This is a long road. Where do bears go on the King’s Road? ‘I don’t know.’ ‘What do…

Short Story: Hide Out at Stamford Bridge

‘Shit, what do we do?’ These men had guns. Who were they? What did they want? And why had this romantic surprise turned into a night from hell? It all happened so quickly and Alison was scared. Yvan squeezed her hand tightly.  He…

Short Story: Brief Encounter on the Number 19

I had been walking for a while since leaving Soho, following another random after work drinks. By the time I had reached Hyde Park, the novelty of walking home on a summer’s evening had worn off, so I jumped onto…


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