#BookReview: Time by Calum Kerr

I’m no expert on the concept of time travel (I gave up physics after GCSE, and I only got a grade C in A-Level Maths.), but I admire anyone who can get their head around it the way Calum Kerr does in this flash-fiction collection. In Time, we are treated to 31 very short stories […]

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#BookReview: Threshold by David Hartley

All right, I confess: I knew I was going to love this flash-fiction collection before I even bought it. David Hartley is another one of those fantastic writers I’ve come across in my capacity as editor and publisher of 1000words – we’ve twice selected his stories as winners in our flash-fiction flashcomps. We Three Things, […]

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#BookReview: Marrow by Simon Sylvester

Once in a while, I come across a book that is so right up my street it lets itself into my house, kicks off its shoes and curls up on my sofa, and this is one of those books. Marrow, by Simon Sylvester, is a self-published collection of 28 flash-fictions, only half of which have […]

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