The Murder of Celine Diaz

The murder of Celine Diaz took place in the early hours of Saturday morning at approximately 0230 hours. Celine Diaz’s body was found on Barnaby Street inside a small […]

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Queen of Hearts

Shuffling. Shuffling, and shuffling again. The dense bodies around the table look around at each […]

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Run with the Moon

“Ruby, come ‘ere would you, I need your help!” she called to me. […]

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Berry’s Boys

 

 

Footsteps funnelled in through the paint-peeled gates of Burlington Danes as they did on any […]

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The Smirk

A rivalry, what defines a rivalry? A dictionary would tell you that a rivalry is a competition for superiority between […]

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A Job For Life

“Dear Kat,

Whilst looking for suitable candidates online, I came across your CV. As a […]

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The Ice Skater

You will not remember this. There will be no buried memory, the […]

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A Bestiary

Kindness.

He had bought a new suit and a dark brown organizer from Moleskin. He had […]

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Blue and Gold

Of all the ridiculously low points in my twenty-four years on this earth, crying hysterically in front […]

The Singing Forest

24th October, The Singing Forest

A fortnight ago, a wailing young woman burst into […]

Blessings in Disguise

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“You’re having a bad day, not a bad life” I guess it’s right. It’s like making a permanent […]

Sequins

Paul hovered nervously on the Promenade in Blackpool, willing himself to take the plunge. He couldn’t […]

Shadow of Death By Samet Haxhiu

 

 

 

I’ve been here many years, stuck in this shambling place. Neither here nor there. So […]