Flash fiction win

Harbourside, boats and painted houses

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As part of National Flash Fiction Day on Saturday 25th June, Bristol has a Flash Walk around the city centre, where short stories inspired by the harbourside and all its watery goings on will be read aloud by trained actors.

I am delighted to say that one of my flash stories – Will there be pirates? – has been selected to be performed as part of the walk.

So, if you’re in the Bristol area on the 25th and fancy meeting up to hear some stella flash fiction, the walk begins outside Bristol Cathedral at 10.30 am.

Do come along. I can’t promise sunshine, but I can promise pirates*.

*Pirate not included

11 thoughts on “Flash fiction win

    1. Haha! Maybe they’ll be pirates. Maybe not. Would be exciting to think so. Thanks Joy. I’m sure I’ll end up putting the story online after the event, so you’ll be able to find out for yourself 🙂

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  1. How impressive, very well done indeed! And what a fantastic idea for an event. I wonder if I can possibly pull some strings and attend…

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  2. That is fantastic news! I was clicking like a mad woman for a link… Daft that I am! I hope it goes well Lynn – you could maybe record your reading for the blog? Looking forward to reading once you lost it.

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    1. Thanks love. I think it’s only a small thing and probably the only people on the walk will be the writers whose stories were accepted! But it will be lovely to hear a trained actor read my story. Not sure I have the technology to record and put it on here, though.Might be beyond me 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Maureen! And thanks for the ‘follow’. Does this mean you’re a step closer to the blogosphere? And don’t forget, that offer for you to guest post is always open. 🙂


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