All Stories, Latest News, Short Fiction

Week 279 – Fulshaw Crescent, Steve Nicol Played For Ayr And Dumbledum, Dumbledum, Dumbledum Vegetable Garden…Dumbledum, Dumbledum, Dumbledumdum…Corn!

Well here we are at Week 279.

Whenever I see the number seventy nine it makes me think of my first address that I remember as a kid. From there I realise that I can also remember our first phone number.

Firsts are good to bring to the forefront every now and again and I’m sure that many a first has inspired a story. (Or maybe an arrest.)

Continue reading “Week 279 – Fulshaw Crescent, Steve Nicol Played For Ayr And Dumbledum, Dumbledum, Dumbledum Vegetable Garden…Dumbledum, Dumbledum, Dumbledumdum…Corn!”

All Stories, Latest News

Week 278 – Statute Statues, Humanitarian Humanitarians And Did Vera Do Any Fuckies. (Warning – Strong Language)

Here we are at week 278.

Father’s Day came and went. I miss out on this. Maybe there should be a ‘Thank Fuck You Are Not Polluting The World With Your Offspring Day’ That could be for all the unselfish souls who’ll deal with their own pish when they get dribbley.

Continue reading “Week 278 – Statute Statues, Humanitarian Humanitarians And Did Vera Do Any Fuckies. (Warning – Strong Language)”

All Stories, Latest News

Week 276 – More Panties, Trusting Opinions And Lillian Selling Bogging Water.

Before we start with the usual nonsense:

You may have noticed that since Friday the site is changing.

Nik (We wanted to blame someone specifically) is revamping and to be truthful we are not sure what will react with what, so there maybe some glitches here and there.

Please give us a couple of days for the systems and changes to settle down.

If there are any issues with any of the stories for any length of time, we will re-publish them at a later date.

If there is anything that remains a problem for any of you, please let us know and we will kick Nik on the shins.

Continue reading “Week 276 – More Panties, Trusting Opinions And Lillian Selling Bogging Water.”

All Stories, General Fiction, Writing

Week 275 – Deviant Pastimes, Hellish Duets And RIP Lentil The Cat.

Well here we are at week 275.

I’ve written quite a few short stories but I think I’ve only ever written one about a serial killer.

I didn’t really go into any technicalities, it was all about the aftermath.

Something happened this week that shows me that I’m not suited to do the type of research that is needed.

Continue reading “Week 275 – Deviant Pastimes, Hellish Duets And RIP Lentil The Cat.”

General Fiction, Short Fiction

Gina And Gary by Hugh Cron – Warning Adult Content.

In her mind she kept repeating, ‘It’s something to share, it’s something to share…’

Gina didn’t let the whisper of guilt niggle at her. She’d been thinking on this for a few years but her conscience screamed, not any more.

Continue reading “Gina And Gary by Hugh Cron – Warning Adult Content.”

All Stories, Latest News

Week 274 – Honey Roy Palmer Doing His Sweet Thing, Covering Monkeys Genitals And Point Making Pyromania.

Well here we are yet again. Another week over and another just beginning.

The postings are fair adding up. At the last count we’ve reached number 274.

I was struggling what to write this week as inspiration has either taken a holiday or just couldn’t be arsed whispering in my ear.

Continue reading “Week 274 – Honey Roy Palmer Doing His Sweet Thing, Covering Monkeys Genitals And Point Making Pyromania.”

All Stories, Crime/Mystery/Thriller, Short Fiction, Writing

Daddy’s Girl by Hugh Cron – Warning Adult Content.

Emma was pissed off. She hadn’t seen him since he got out of jail after doing a weekender. He’d been huckled for theft and fighting with the security guard who caught him. She knew Sean’s logic only too well. Getting done for the theft was fair enough but the fighting was the guards fault for catching him.

Continue reading “Daddy’s Girl by Hugh Cron – Warning Adult Content.”

All Stories, Latest News

Week 273 – Folks Who Make Janet And John Cry, The MCC Almanac As Inspiration And ‘Surely Calpol Re-Animates

Well another week over and a new one is just about to begin.

I have sworn quite a bit this week. And you should have heard Diane! The oaths that lady doesn’t know are not worth knowing.

You know that phrase about ‘My giddy aunt’? Well, Diane adds the reason for the old dear’s giddyness.

Continue reading “Week 273 – Folks Who Make Janet And John Cry, The MCC Almanac As Inspiration And ‘Surely Calpol Re-Animates”

All Stories, Horror, Short Fiction

The Eleventh Step by Hugh Cron

I hate that eleventh step. It’s the darkest one. It always has been. I remember noticing it when I was around twelve years old but I couldn’t say anything, not to my parents.

I blamed them. I thought when they died it would leave me alone. It didn’t.

I’ve suffered that step for forty years now. But I don’t think I’ll need to for much longer.

Continue reading “The Eleventh Step by Hugh Cron”