Fictive Monday October 1, 2007, 2 comments

It has been far too long since I wrote anything resembling fiction on this blog. I miss it, and I am going to start again. But until then, there is fiction to be had on this blog. Maybe you’ve read them before, but it might be worth a click and a read to revisit.

It was a dark and stormy night…

* yes, this features prominently in lists of my past work. It is one of my favourite pieces of writing.


Comments

strada Friday October 19, 2007


I am linking to your site…good stuff…loved the Neil Young reference in butterfly…I know someone else said it too but I am a guitar player.

Adrian Friday October 19, 2007


I am glad enjoyed it :)

I’m a guitar player too, though I’m much more so a bass player.

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