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F4AD – How to Make a Mistake by Barry Charman

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God made the world in six days, on the seventh he made a mistake.

He had made man, and separated the sea from the sky. He had distinguished life from absence, and divided the atoms into paradigms of yearning . He had planted seeds in the Garden, and felt now that he could rest.

And then the shadows stirred.

On the last day God had given shadows to the world, so that all things would have their soul mate. Every beast and plant, every tree and stone. All things were bound. >Read More here…

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Barry Charman is an English-born writer, currently living in North West London. He is a past winner of the London Writers Competition “Promis Prize.” He has had short stories published in a Smashwords anthology, Microhorror and has a blog on He has been published in a Flash Fiction World’s anthology, and won the Writers’ Forum flash fiction contest 2012, where he was published in the Lakeview International Journal of literature and arts. He is currently working on a children’s novel, and has developed a strange fascination with writing flash fiction stories that boggle the mind in as few words as possible.

Barry’s here:
Lakeview International Journal of Literature and Arts
and in Flash Fiction World

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