Monthly Archives: December 2018


Flash Fiction Post 105 – Trouble at Home

Afternoon all. Hope you had a great Christmas and seriously overindulged. Today I have the next installment of Forced Removal. Jamie, Robert and Laura are interrupted at a particularly interesting point in their field trip. Trouble at Genesis requires their immediate return. This installment is called Trouble at Home. Read all the Messages to Government, Flash Fiction stories and “Thoughts for the Day” on Dave’s Blog or Dave’s Blog Archives. Remember that you can now […]


Flash Fiction Post 104 – Future Earnings

Hi Everyone. Welcome to the “Silly Season”, when everybody spends too much money, parties too much and gets to January wondering how they will make it to next pay day! Just in case you have some time on your hands, while you recover a little here is my story for this week. It’s my 12 in 12 entry for October 2018 – a futuristic fantasy that had to be 1250 words long. The ‘prompt’ for […]


Flash Fiction Post 103 – Curious and Even More Curious

Afternoon All. This week I have been caught up in the frantic chores leading up to the festive season. So I haven’t had much time to write. But better late than never so today I have the next installment of Forced Removal. Jamie, Robert and Laura are continuing with their field trip to study the fauna and flora of Baltra. They find some surprising plants and animals but an even bigger surprise awaits. This episode […]


Flash Fiction Post 102 – If at First You Don’t Succeed

Hi Everyone. I returned yesterday from a short trip to Cape Town. Now I’m back in Joburg and enjoying (?) load shedding (Isn’t Eskom useless?) and Water shutdowns for maintenance. What fun we have. Today, I sat down to catch up with all the things that stopped while I was away. My story for this week, is my 12 in 12 entry for September 2018. It’s a futuristic fantasy that had to be 1250 words […]