Last April, I spent the month writing alphabetical flash fiction about all sorts of interesting places, from Alaska to Zanzibar, via Chelsea Physic Garden, Woolwich Arsenal, Utah, Rio and Irishtown.
I had a lot of fun doing it, and in the process I learned lots of things I never knew about the world around me, and I hope I managed to share some of that in my posts.
This year, I want to continue my Flash Fiction World Tour, bringing the total number of teeny travel stories to 52.
But as ever, I need the help of my creative and talented readership.
Each piece of microfiction will be themed around a place. It could be a
country, a city, a state, a suburb, a village, a forest, a national
park, an attraction, a street, a county . . . you get the idea. Nowhere is too big or too small.
And I want you to make suggestions! Give me a place - as large or as small
as you like. I'll read about it (this is probably going to be the most
fun part for me, because I love learning about new places almost as much
as I love going to them) and then I'll write a short piece of fiction
I'm hoping to get some variety so feel free to suggest anywhere you
think may be interesting - it doesn't have to be your home - and spread