Fiction in 50: Famous Last Words

russian napoleon

They said to go North, Bloody English Liars, with their tales of it will be fine, plenty of places to stop for saucisse and a glass of wine. Who needs a jacket, it’s just like Provence at this time of year…
What’s a little snow for a man like you?

The Bookshelf Gargoyle is curating a Fiction in 50 mini-narrative challenge – this month’s theme is Famous Last Words! Whip something up and go and have a peek at the other entries – GargoyleBruce also writes wonderful reviews on all sorts of kid lit (big and small) with a cheeky tone guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. Wander through the stacks, you are sure to find something you’ll like.

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Fiction in 50: Night Terrors

night terrors

The furry fanged creatures inhabiting youthful night had vanished.
In their place colluded slick car salesmen’s pens gushing red ink, mortgage payment minutiae and baleful college trust funds clinging to the bedpost. Black-jacketed repo men tangoed with the grocery credit card lady.
He was glad not to be President.

The Bookshelf Gargoyle is curating a Fiction in 50 mini-narrative challenge – this month’s theme is Night Terrors! GargoyleBruce also writes wonderful reviews on all sorts of kid lit (big and small) with a cheeky tone guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. Go and have a wander through the stacks…