Not Doctor Who, but his mode of transport (if that is what the police box is). Every one of this week's hundred-word entries, told a bigger tale than the words it used. Perry handled his large cast of characters with aplomb and plenty tension in 'Caution'; Julia's 'Ellis 027' came with a rich back story, and Jim's 'No further questions' successfully trapped a cocky defendant. David's 'Lost Apollo' was epic, as was Holly's 'Dungeon crawl'. Took a while to separate David and Holly, but I eventually awarded top spot to Holly. As usual, I thank you all for your participation, especially the all-important comments, acknowledging our words have been read.
Words for the coming week: common cynic magpie
Entries by midnight Thursday 3rd February, new words posted Friday 4th
rules: 100 words maximum (excluding title) of flash fiction or poetry using all
three words above in the genres of horror, fantasy, science fiction or noir.
Serialised fiction is, as always, welcome. All variants and uses of the words
and stems are fine. Feel free to post links to your stories on Twitter or
Facebook or whichever.