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Flash Fiction Post 113 – It Takes One to Know One

Morning everyone. I hope you’re having a great weekend. Mine’s been mixed. The Lions lost and so did the Blitzboks, but Federer and Man U both won. On average that’s… well, average! And it’s better late than never for my story this week. I’ve been tangled up last week with Vat Returns and Provisional tax payments and getting all my paperwork ready to capture the 2018/19 financials for my wife’s company. So writing has been […]


Flash Fiction Post 107 – Only the Good Die Young

Afternoon all. Nearly back to normal after the break and back to work. It’s taken me a couple of days to reset my brain and get my paperwork back in order so now I’ve got another story for you. It’s my final 12 in 12 entry for 2018 – a return to my James Blind, the Man from AUNTI character. This is a thriller with a nasty twist in the end and I had 1200 […]


Flash Fiction Post 99 – The Felcan Distraction

Morning All. This morning I have a little bit of fun to offer as my story for this week. And I mean ‘a little bit’. This story was my 12 in 12 entry for July 2018. And the ‘little bit’ was that it had to be only 300 words long. Do you know how difficult it is to write a whole story in so few words? It’s said that a long story takes a long […]


Flash Fiction Post 75 – The Diamond Man

Hi there. Today I decided to return to my “Man from AUNTI” sequence for my story for this week. I have called this story The Diamond Man. 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 […]


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. […]