Tuesday, November 13, 2007

FOR WHOM THE GOOD TOLLS - flash fiction


Short Story Library recently lowered its standards enough to allow a 100-word piece of my micro-fiction foolishness, For Whom To Good Tolls, http://shortstory.us.com/2008/11/for-whom-the-good-tolls-by-bill-fullerton/ to appear among its otherwise first-rate offerings.

If you get a chance, go check out the entire site at: http://shortstory.us.com/

And in conclusion, let me say that I hereby apologize to the spirit of Ernest Hemingway, wherever it may roam, and to his many other admirers.

Bayou Bill

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3 Comments:

Blogger Monica said...

That was good and yucky and almost spiritual and poetic and erotic and sad. How talented is that? You got so many emotions in 100 words.

WOW.

12:34 PM  
Blogger Koe Whitton-Williams said...

That had a rather subeversive bent to it. You created an abundance of mayhem in just a few words. I liked it.

8:13 PM  
Blogger Bill Fullerton said...

Many thanks to Monica and Koe for taking the time to come back here and leave a comment about my story posted on Short Story Library.

9:17 PM  

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