Well, either you are completely sick of flash-fictions, and you won't even be reading this. Or, like me, you find them a source of endless wonder, and now you're all disappointed that they've come to an end.
Either way, I think all those writers deserve a massive round of applause, and we thank them for their words.
We will be back for next year's National Flash-Fiction Day, if not before. But in the meantime, keep writing, keep reading, and most importantly, keep flashing!
Editor and Director of National Flash-Fiction Day.
Sunday, 22 June 2014
That's all folks!
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Well done, Calum and the team, plenty to keep every reader happy and delighted to have 'Alone Again' included among such wonderful Flash Fiction.ReplyDelete