Flash Fiction


Saturday, June 9, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Icebox:  Noun, British  A compartment in a refrigerator for making and storing ice. "Now where's the best spot in the house to hide something? Jess is frantic in her search, at least she feels the panic ebbing in her veins as her heart rate kicks up several notches. Not… Continue reading Icebox

Flash Fiction


Sunday, May 20, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Eejit:  Noun, informal  Irish and Scottish form of idiot.   "Dear Sir, If you are finally reading this then I am sorry to tell you how much an eejit you really are! Actually, I'm not sorry even one iota. Your personality leaves much to be desired; it's worse than… Continue reading Eejit

Flash Fiction


Saturday, April 14, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Gran:  Noun, informal  One's grandmother. Compare with nan. "They were doing a line up. Megan received the rather distressing call from her gran that she needed a lift and would Megan kindly help her out. Of course the granddaughter agreed. Megan is easily able to drop what she is doing… Continue reading Gran


Crack on

Thursday, January 25, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Crack on:  Phrasal verb, informal  Proceed or process quickly.   "High stress situations bring decay and devastation on each trail it haunts. Roses wilting at the stems red and pink petals dripping littering the garden; too prone to caving under pressure.   It's like sitting inside a sauna sweat… Continue reading Crack on