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Brotherly Love (Short Humour Site – January 2013)

“Holy cow Toby, what did you do to your sister???” “Nothing Dad, honest, I just waved my wand at her.  There must have been a spell stuck on the end of it.” “Didn’t you try undoing it, you know, wave … Continue reading

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Every Cloud… (Friday Fictioneers, July 2012)

This week’s photo prompt from Madison Wood’s Friday Fictioneers.  Thanks to Madison for providing a forum for writers from all over the world. Friday wouldn’t be the same without her. After I missed a few payments, they started circlin’.  Never … Continue reading

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Payback (MicroHorror, February 2012)

“What are you doing out on the window-ledge, Wendy? You come right back in, this minute.” “I can’t.  That woman told me to come out here.” “Which woman?” “The one wearing the sparkly dress.  Always flitting about.” “Why on earth … Continue reading

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When I Were a Lad (Short Humour Site)

The bowl of fruit stood on the table between us, inviting confrontation. Two shiny red apples nestled beneath a banana, as yet unflecked by brown spots. And to the side, a plump bunch of purple grapes,  nestled up to the … Continue reading

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Vive la Danse! (Short Humour Site, November 2011)

Flavia limped slowly to the door of the dance studio, casting a baleful glance over her shoulder at Kenneth. The other couples stood around awkwardly. Madame Rousillon sighed and pushed her spectacles wearily into her polished black top-knot. Flavia was … Continue reading

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