Tag Archives: Twisted Fiction

I Hate You – Part 4 . . .

Monday 30 December 2019 ‘You know, I remember practically every detail of our childhood.’ Natasha smiled as she reminisced. Dominique did not. Her memories weren’t as clear. There were definite points where she lacked any sort of recollection of any … Continue reading

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I Hate You – Part 3 . . .

Friday 27 December 2019 Part 3 of I Hate You goes in yet another direction. I’m not sure I’m entirely happy with this instalment, because I’m not entirely sure I knew where it was going to go before I started … Continue reading

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I Hate You – Part 2 . . .

Wednesday 18 December 2019 Moving on from part 1, which now seems so long ago, this instalment is an entirely new story based around the ‘I Hate You’ theme. It was inspired by a news story I read on the … Continue reading

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I Hate You – Part 1 . . .

Thursday 5 – Friday 6 December 2019 I’ve been collating, or rather collecting, ideas for blog posts from across the Web, and one of those prompts was ‘I hate you’. From that, I came up with these two characters and … Continue reading

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Character 1 . . .

Sunday 27 October 2019 I had a few ideas for this post. Some were contentious and would have been sure to get me some sort of reprimand or telling off by someone, somewhere. Others were probably good ideas but not … Continue reading

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Ghostlings – Part 7 . . .

Sunday 20 – Sunday 21 October 2019 Against a backdrop of beautiful people, archaeologically important sites, and the Aegean Sea, their faces were the last Erebus Whitehall had ever expected to see. The three sat themselves down at his table, … Continue reading

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Ghostlings – Part 6 . . .

Saturday 12 – Sunday 13 October 2019 ‘Look at them, Whitehall.’ Jonas Black gestured to the people on the dozens of screens to his left. ‘Going about their jobs, completely oblivious to the fact that I’m watching over everything they … Continue reading

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