Webfiction Wednesday

Wednesday is a day to share the love for your favourite webfiction, so why not take the chance to give you some recommendations of my own?

This week I thought to offer up some short story recommendations from the Friday flash fiction community, a group of writers who write weekly short stories and tweet about them on Friday using the hashtag #fridayflash. Below are some of my favourites from last week.

#FridayFlash Favourites for July 2nd

  • Close encounter with goldfish by Alison Wells: well-written, wonderful and weird;
  • Hard Brown by Benjamin Solah: a little squicky but quite intriguing;
  • Ghost Host by Carrie Clevenger had me smiling as it contains an unusual ghost;
  • Benching A Wolf by Cathy Olliffe, a hilarious zombie romance tale;
  • On The Button by Rachel Carter, a science fiction debut to #fridayflash with some pretty interesting world-building;
  • Off the Bright Side by John Wiswell, as amusing as all John’s work is, but this time with vampires!

For more recommendations, search for #WebFicWed on twitter.

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About A.M. Harte

A.M. Harte writes twisted speculative fiction, such as the post-apocalyptic Above Ground and the zombie love anthology Hungry For You. She is excellent at missing deadlines, has long forgotten what ‘free time’ means, and is utterly addicted to chocolate.
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2 Responses to Webfiction Wednesday

  1. Well thank you darlin’. I do what I can, and you have to admit, that song is fairly inspiring. Total honor to grace your page.

  2. “She likes me, she really likes me!” *doing my best Sally Field at the Oscars impression….
    Oh A.M., thanks for the kind inclusion on your list. An unexpected and pleasurable nod, to be sure. Thank you so much!

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