Monthly Archives: April 2018


Flash Fiction Blog Post 74 – What’s in a Name

Hello again for today. I feel bad that I didn’t give you any stories last week so here’s an extra one for this week. It is the last of the stories I wrote for last year’s writing challenge, 12 in 12. If you are a reader or a writer and wish to have some fun, go to the website at 12 in 12 and get busy. The prompt for this story was “Joy” and it […]


Flash Fiction Post 73 – Arbitration and Reconciliation

Morning all. I had lots to do on return from Scotland so sorry for no stories last week. But here is chapter 15 of the serialized novel. It is called Arbitration and Reconciliation. The story is starting to develop now so keep up to date and please send me your comments and suggestions. Read all the Flash Fiction stories and “Thoughts for the Day” on Dave’s Blog or Dave’s Blog Archives. Keep an eye on […]


Flash Fiction Post 72 – A Walk in the Sun

Morning All. I’m working on this post in Tayport, which is close to Dundee in the East of Scotland. I’m here visiting my sister. The morning is overcast, grey, cold and wet but the view from the river-facing windows is spectacular – out over the River Tay to the city of Dundee and the hills and woods beyond. Not more than 20 meters from the windows is Tayport’s marina, filled with yachts and motor boats. […]


Flash Fiction Post 71 – Jamie Takes Strain

Afternoon everybody. Here is chapter 14 of the serialized novel. It is called Jamie Takes Strain. Please send me your comments and suggestions. Read all the Flash Fiction stories and “Thoughts for the Day” on Dave’s Blog or Dave’s Blog Archives. Keep an eye on the Blog. There will be more new things coming soon. Remember that you can now sign up to my VIP Readers’ Group on the Dave Macfie Stories fan page on […]


Flash Fiction Post 70 – Dinner Party

Afternoon Everybody. Happy Family Day. Here’s my shortest story from last year’s writing challenge called 12 in 12. If you are a reader or a writer and wish to have some fun, go to the website at 12 in 12 and get busy. The prompt for this story was “She Never Wanted it Anyway” and it was to be 300 words exactly. It is called Dinner Party. Read all the Flash Fiction stories and “Thoughts […]