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Some flash fiction for you. Warning: do not eat while reading. I wanted that dress. I mean, brick through the pvc window; alarm goes off; blood on shattered glass, and hands, and frock; dress itself proper shredded as I drag … Continue reading

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“With Extra Points for Neatness”

Some February fiction for you … With Extra Points for Neatness by Sheila North Margaret Pennyworth was nothing if not direct. “I’ve decided to deactivate you. I am sorry.” Her parents had been big on superficial politeness, so the phrase, … Continue reading

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Miss Marjorie Expects

A final bit of February fiction Miss Marjorie Expects “Will you get off the pavement, young man? Some of us have places we need to be.” The stout woman who was hugging a large red handbag to her considerable bosom … Continue reading

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