Stitched Saturday – This week’s challenge

Gentlefolk and horror fans! Here are this weeks inspirational pictures for your submissions for the forthcoming Stitched Saturday - as usual, please make your submissions as a comment to this post, remembering to state which picture (from the three) your story is based on.  No upper or lower word limits this week. I'm away on … Continue reading Stitched Saturday – This week’s challenge

Stitched Saturday – This weeks Challenge

Something different for the challenge for the next Stitched Saturday, "But how have you made it so different?", you say. Four pictures, and just pick the one that inspires you to write a dark poem just like James Matthew Byers... Something a bit different this week - Poetry. Stitched Smile's talented resident Poet Laureate James Matthew … Continue reading Stitched Saturday – This weeks Challenge

Stitched Saturday

Unedited, Uncensored, Unsettling... Welcome to another Stitched Saturday! This weekend sees three stories - one from yours truly, one from regular contributor Mike L. Lane and a suitably chilling tale from newcomer Aiden Leingod.  Enjoy!  Oh, and keep your eye out for the next challenge tomorrow in which we've got something very special planned! A Bad Workman - … Continue reading Stitched Saturday

Stitched Saturday – Bonus Content!

Hopefully you've read the excellent fiction rounded up for last Saturday's Flash FIction Challenge - and if not, why not? However, one writer - Feind Gottes - had conjured up something larger than the challenge allowed.  I asked him to submit it anyway because it's always a shame for excellent horror fiction to go to … Continue reading Stitched Saturday – Bonus Content!

Stitched Saturday – This weeks Challenge

Hi, horror fans! For this weeks challenge, the theme is Creepy Photographs.  Below are three inspirational pictures - pick the one that shouts (or screams) the loudest to you, and create a piece of flash fiction between 500 and 1000 words in length.  Submit them in the comments of this post, and they'll be revealed … Continue reading Stitched Saturday – This weeks Challenge

Stitched Saturday – This weeks Challenge

It's Stitched Saturday Flash Fiction prompt time again! This weeks two pictures have been provided by regular contributor Mike L. Lane.  We're looking for stories inspired by the associated pictures of between 300 and 1,000 words in length, and any contributions will be posted up on this Saturdays blog entry.  Please submit your stories as comments to … Continue reading Stitched Saturday – This weeks Challenge

Stitched Saturday

Unedited, Uncensored, Unsettling... Apologies for the slightly later Stitched Saturday post than usual, horror fans. This week has two tales of terror inspired by the attached inspirational picture. A sinister little tale from the ever talented Mike L. Lane and a little bite-sized piece of written by me. Without further ado... Freckles - Mike L Lane “The … Continue reading Stitched Saturday

Stitched Saturday – This weeks Challenge

Here are the details of the Flash Fiction challenge for this coming Stitched Saturday (the 22nd of April) There are two pictures to choose from this week - post your story as a comment on this blog post, stating which picture (1 or 2) has inspired your tale. Come up with something suitably chilling between 500 … Continue reading Stitched Saturday – This weeks Challenge

Stitched Saturday

Unedited, Uncensored, Unsettling... The Flash Fiction challenge this week was a little different - as opposed to a single picture, three were given as inspiration. We have four pieces of short fiction from four writers for your delectation and delight. Thanks to Mike L. Lane,  Jason Morton and Tilby Noir.  The picture that inspired each … Continue reading Stitched Saturday

GUEST BLOG! Stuart R. Brogan

Horror authors aren’t real authors. Are they? By Stuart R Brogan Having spent the last few years concentrating on my non-fiction, Heathen and Pagan works, it was time to take the tentative, yet exciting steps towards writing my debut horror / thriller. Something I had been eager to do for a very long time. As … Continue reading GUEST BLOG! Stuart R. Brogan