If you’re quick, you can pick up a copy of the official NFFD anthology, Jawbreakers, which is available absolutely free - today only - on Kindle (and if you don’t actually have a Kindle, you can get apps for your PC or phone, so don’t miss out). It’s also available as a printed book, but that’ll cost you a few quid. Plus there are lots of stories being posted online in various places for your delectation and delight, so it’s worth heading on over to the NFFD site and following a few links.
But wait! Don’t go dashing off just yet. Because if you like free fiction, I have something exciting for you.
A while ago, I bought Nik Perring’s “Not So Perfect”, a lovely little book of flash stories. But then, a few days later, I wona signed copy courtesy of the Lancashire Writing Hub. The signed and unsigned copies have been sitting side-by-side on my bookcase for a while now, and it dawned on me the other day that it’s slightly crazy to keep two identical copies of the same book …
… so I’ve decided to give my spare copy away (sorry, I’m keeping the signed one, which is the one I've read - the other one has sat patiently on the shelf ever since and is pretty much as-new). The one that's up for grabs is on the left, by the way.
All you have to do to be in the running for the book is to leave a comment below. I’ll put all the names in a hat or a shoe or something and draw the winner at random next week, on 23rd May. I'll cover postage but will have to insist on UK entrants only, please (apologies to any international visitors).
Good luck - and happy flashing!