And then I remembered

Completely forgetting about a short story being published is just one of the many ways I can tell I haven’t coped very well with some less than wonderful personal happenings at the end of December and into January.

Sometimes, we draw complete blanks. Art by Del Kathryn Barton

Sometimes, we draw complete blanks. Art by Del Kathryn Barton

But’s that was how it was. And, I had a good day today full of art, and sunshine, and nature, and more art. I’ll post about that later.

For now though, I had a flash fiction put up for the December competition for Zero Flash. I can confidently say it features absolutely no Christmas or New Year’s cheer at all, in case you were wondering. So, for brief read, here’s a direct link to the page it’s on,  just scroll down a bit and you can find my story, entitled Old Juliet?

You can read the others too, of course. However, they may contain Yule, and merries and cheer and such like though. Can’t say I didn’t warn you.

 

 

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About Becadroit

A writer compelled to review Doctor Who episodes and art exhibitions, while also commenting on writing and submitting short stories and working on novellas.
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2 Responses to And then I remembered

  1. Karen Brooks says:

    Absolutely loved your story, “Old Juliet”, Bec. Haunting and lyrical. Terrific. Thank you for sharing it. Karen x

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