Why I’m addicted … to Flash Fiction

Scratch the writing skin of most Flash Fiction aficionados and you’ll find an addict. Yes, we can’t help ourselves … we adore the genre, we drool over brilliant Flash Fiction … on a continual quest to write great stories. I write novels, chapter books and plays for children, but Flash Fiction tales I write for both adults and children. They’re… Read More Why I’m addicted … to Flash Fiction

CHINESE WHISPER … a flash fiction story to delight

This story is from Week #7 of my 52-Week Flash Fiction Challenge. It follows the form of the genre: 500 words, and at its heart, a snappy, sensory exposé of the human condition – a sense of shared humanity. Its finale, like all good Flash Fiction holds a twist, a delightful ah-ha moment that surprises both protagonist… Read More CHINESE WHISPER … a flash fiction story to delight

My Writing Process (never a dull moment) Blog Tour

Thank you to talented and all-round lovely person, author, Julie Fison who has invited me to be part of the My Writing Process Blog Tour. Julie, along with several other well-known children’s authors lives in my suburb in Brisbane, Queensland. Must be something in the water! I write children’s novels, short stories, chapter books, school… Read More My Writing Process (never a dull moment) Blog Tour