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Flash Fiction Competition 2019 – Finalists & Winners

FLASH FICTION COMPETITION 2019 Thank you to everyone who entered the competition and made the judging process such an incredibly inspiring and rewarding experience. We are immensely grateful to all of you for submitting and continuing to support STORGY and all the authors we publish. Without further delay….we are proud to reveal the selected finalists

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STORGY Flash Fiction Competition 2019

Flash Fiction Competition 2019 We are pleased to announce the arrival of our second Flash Fiction Competition which is due to open for entries on 8th July 2019. We would like to encourage all authors with a passion for flash to enter (even those on low or no income – see details below – we

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Kindle E-Reader Giveaway!

Win an ALL NEW KINDLE EREADER and Horror swag. Celebrating the launch of the anticipated horror collection SHALLOW CREEK by Storgy Books, we are giving away a new Kindle e-Reader, along with a load of swag for and true HORROR fan, including a luxurious illustrated Folio Society edition of Ray Bradbury’s horror classic SOMETHING WICKED

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Shallow Creek: The Shortlist

We are pleased to announce the short list for the SHALLOW CREEK Short Story competition Arguments were plentiful…much beer was consumed. In the end, the STORGY crew spent hours debating the merits, technical prowess, originality and creativity of each story and were finally able to agree on the short list for the Shallow Creek competition.

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Shallow Creek Update (1/10/18)

*From the pages of Mallum Colt’s journal* Well Hello there, my little writing ghoulies, I’ve been nestled at the back of my curiosity shop busily reading all your entries during the month of September, and have some very exciting news for you all. The Shallow Creek anthology has locked in its blood curdling stories. What

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Well hello my little premium quality hash browns, how are you this fine weekend? You may have noticed a certain…alteration with my appearance. Don’t be alarmed my pretties – certain seismic electrical currents have a way of altering the time continuum in my quaint little town. Like the larvae that entombs itself within a carapace,

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STORGY FLASH FICTION COMPETITION…WINNER…

KNIGHT FORK by Adam Lock * ‘I’m selling my virginity,’ his daughter said, her fists clenching either side of her untouched bowl of salad. Raymond’s spoon, on its way from gazpacho to mouth, froze. ‘Before you say anything, let me explain.’ She scanned the restaurant, before leaning forward in her chair. ‘I’ve tried to tell

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STORGY FLASH FICTION COMPETITION…Runner Up…

Racing Crabs by Harriet Reilly * I’d been racing crabs for about forty-five minutes when I suddenly realised, I am going to die. The two are not related. I have become heavily invested in the racing of crabs; taking my mind off things I suppose. I dug a deep trench across the beach, parallel to

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STORGY FLASH FICTION COMPETITION…Runner Up…

Tipping Point by Elaine Dillon * A strand of hair stretches out across the tiles. A toe has caught it; tugged it into a soft arrowhead that points towards the changing rooms, where the others have gone. Olivia looks at the chips in the grout. They make her think of broken teeth; black voids in

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STORGY FLASH FICTION COMPETITION…Finalists…

Writer’s Block by PJ Stephenson * “What should I do to get noticed?” “That low-cut top you’re wearing’s a good start.” “You know what I mean. How do I make my writing stand out enough to get published?” “Is that why you invited me for a drink – to get literary advice?” “Darren, stop answering

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