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My #BookReview of ‘Hinting at Shadows’ by @SarahBrentyn

Flash Fiction is like Marmite – you either love it, or you don’t. But that’s because it’s still a new genre, and the majority of the reading public are either unaware, or suspicious of it. I mean, really, how can you tell a complete story in just one or two hundred words?

The answer is… you can’t. And that’s the beauty of it. It’s a snapshot. A crystallized moment in time. Flash Fiction distills a story down to it’s most vital essence. The rest is told – hinted at – by implication. And as a reader, you are invited not just to passively read, but to read actively; Flash Fiction fires your imagination.

Today it’s all about ME!

As a child… I always had my nose in a book, in several, actually, all at the same time. I spoke a unique hybrid language of English, French, Greek, Italian and Arabic. I had a pet donkey, rode a… Read More

STUCK!

So here I am at the beginning of Chapter 55; Fionn mac Cumhall is almost about to make his long-awaited entrance to the story, and I’m STUCK! It should be easy; I am about to retell the tale… Read More