Find Me a Find – Chapter Sixteen

Catch up with previous chapters by clicking this link. As the next couple of weeks passed Niall and Chantelle grew closer. Although they didn’t take the step of becoming an official couple they both understood the situation and were perfectly happy with it. Niall felt comfortable in her company and didn’t feel the need to … Continue reading Find Me a Find – Chapter Sixteen

Find Me a Find – Chapter Fifteen

Catch up with previous chapters by clicking this link. Niall spent a little more time thinking about whether he should tell Chantelle about Fiona. The thought of not being straight with her about it really didn’t sit well with him. He didn’t feel bad about the fact that feelings were still present for Fiona. They … Continue reading Find Me a Find – Chapter Fifteen

Buried Treasure (Poem)

What was it made you want to make land here, my friend, And bury your treasure in these sands? What compelled you to feel these shores offered Such certain security for your ill-gotten gains? This one tiny island surely cannot be dug upon by another, You so vainly assume. The island asked not for your … Continue reading Buried Treasure (Poem)

One Last Hit…..Spring Writing Event

Colin – The Scottish Legend recently shared my flash fiction story in his Spring Writing Event. The idea for the story was completely off the cuff with no great forethought put in. I just let the words flow. Have a read and see what you think. Big thanks to Colin for sharing.

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wp-148762147707917[This story was written by Paul E bailey. its a short one but fitting and enjoyable hope you enjoy it]

As is my usual custom, I knock upon the door to ensure that nobody is inside. There never is because that would be extremely poor planning on the part of my employer, but one can never be too careful in this line of work. In twenty-five years, seven months, one week and four days in this job there have never been hiccups to cause me problems, and I have never failed in my task.

What is my job? That’s simultaneously very easy to answer and extremely complex. I’m a hitman. I kill people. It’s not a job I yearned to have or anything. I fell into it by accident. I learned how to use ranged firearms in the army, and I was by far the best in my regiment…

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Find Me a Find – Chapter Fourteen

Catch up with previous chapters by clicking this link. No information was given about why Niall wanted to see Fiona that next day. All he said was that he wanted to talk to her. His level of respect for her was too great to end things via text or a phone call. He had to … Continue reading Find Me a Find – Chapter Fourteen

Find Me a Find – Chapter Thirteen

Catch up with previous chapters by clicking this link. The mirror was far from Niall’s best friend at that moment as he gave himself yet another once over. His clothes looked alright and his dark brown hair was stylishly combed over, though there was little he could do about his average at best countenance. Work … Continue reading Find Me a Find – Chapter Thirteen

Find Me a Find – Chapter Twelve

Catch up with previous chapters by clicking this link. The next day while Niall was at work and in the middle of contemplating his next moves regarding Fiona and Chantelle, he received a text message from the latter. She pulled no punches; simply asking if he wanted to visit her house tomorrow where she’d cook … Continue reading Find Me a Find – Chapter Twelve

Find Me a Find – Chapter Eleven

Catch up with previous chapters by clicking this link. It took just a few minutes for Niall to comprehend the potential hole he’d dug for himself once he awoke. He was supposed to be taking a break from Fiona to consider their situation and what he wanted to do. Instead, within hours of calling the … Continue reading Find Me a Find – Chapter Eleven

Find Me a Find – Chapter Ten

Catch up with previous chapters by clicking this link. “We’ll be out in a minute,” Chantelle said over the phone. Her voice wasn’t what Niall had expected, though he wasn’t sure why given as he was aware of what the local dialect sounded like. That said, he didn’t find her voice unpleasant at all. “Okay … Continue reading Find Me a Find – Chapter Ten

Find Me a Find – Chapter Nine

Catch up with previous chapters by clicking this link. “I get you’re upset, Niall, but you can’t go bombarding me with texts and calls like that. It’s a good job my phone was on silent.” “No, Fiona. You don’t get it at all,” Niall replied quietly. “You get the best of both worlds. You get … Continue reading Find Me a Find – Chapter Nine