The entries for week nine of the flash fiction challenge will be up for voting later this morning on our blog
About the Author
Paul Freeman lives in Dublin Ireland. He remembers the first time he wrote
anything of worth, he was nineteen and sheltering from the rain in a tent
while on a camping trip with some friends in a place called Glendalough, a
very picturesque corner of Ireland. He showed it to his girlfriend of the
time and she burst into tears. He thinks that was a good sign.
You can read extracts from his novel, TAXI, on Authonomy.
THE WINNING STORY
Two Men A Sliced Pan And A Pond Full Of Ducks by Paul Freeman