One Thousand and One Graffiti Nights

Graffiti NightsThanks to Steph Ellis‘ dislike of clowns this week’s Microcosms had a bit of a circus theme and a longer word count of 200 (+/- 50 words). I didn’t use the spinner but used the three elements Steph got when she spun the Microcosms spinner. They were:

  • Character – Puppeteer
  • Setting – Subway
  • Genre – Fantasy

Using these three elements, the picture in the top right hand corner and inspirational tales I came up with my story One Thousand and One Graffiti Nights which you’ll find below the break. I hope you enjoy it (and if you do please give it a like on Microcosms!)

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Chief Witness

Chief WitnessThanks to work and life in general I don’t have time to enter Cracked Flash Fiction at the moment. However, the other week on my way home from a great day seeing friends I saw their prompt

That was the dumbest assassin she’d ever seen

and words started flowing resulting in my tale Chief Witness and a late night. The former of which can be found below the break.

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Eye on the Avengers

Eye on the Avengers

The last two films I saw at the cinema have been Eye in the Sky (which was brilliant) and Captain America: Civil War (also very good). On the surface both films seem very different but they actually looked at similar issues, just in very different ways.  Eye in the Sky looks at the politics and regulations of drone missions and the effects they cause on local populations and the people who fly them while Captain America: Civil War is about whether the Avengers should be following regulations in their own missions after civilians are killed during a failed mission. To say anything more will involve spoilers for both movies so click continue reading if you want to continue reading…
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