Friday FREAKY Flash with Ed Mooney, Geoff le Pard and Jane Dougherty

Well I have finally bitten the bullet in an attempt to get some badly needed writting experience for a book that so many people has graciously being encouraging me to write. And there was no better platform to get stated on, than the Friday Freaky Flash over on AliIsaacStoryteller. I have to say it is an honor to be included in the same company as this weeks writers, both are well seasoned in the craft, and truly gifted. So this weeks prompt was to write a short spooky tale, which as you know is right up my dark alley. Click the link below to read all three macabre tales. I really hope that you enjoy them and would love to hear your thoughts.

Source: Friday FREAKY Flash with Ed Mooney, Geoff le Pard and Jane Dougherty

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Photographer, Blogger, Ruinhunter, with an unhealthy obsession for history, mythology and the arcane.
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19 Responses to Friday FREAKY Flash with Ed Mooney, Geoff le Pard and Jane Dougherty

  1. blosslyn says:

    How lovely and spooky, enjoyed all three very much ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Ali Isaac says:

    I loved your story, Ed, so glad you decided to join in and thanks for reblogging too.

  3. oglach says:

    Your story gave me a shiver. Raised the hackles like bagpipes.

  4. armenpogharian says:

    Congrats on success at yet another venture!

  5. beetleypete says:

    Three good stories, Ed. Your one really felt like the prologue to something longer. Not just a novel, a whole series! You should definitely work on that. There’s a long winter ahead, so you now have the perfect project…
    I liked ‘Dolly Mixtures’ a lot too. That left much to the imagination, and I could ‘see’ the child, as I read it.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. Like it Ed! I told you there was book in you…!

  7. ooooh Ed! Very disturbing and marvelous!! Do keep on with the story – it sounds better than “The Walking Dead.” ( which is very well done in all respects too) -the idea of selling out your fellow man and “the hunt!” I enjoyed reading all three today (Halloween!!)

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