A Question of Altitude : Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner

16 thoughts on “A Question of Altitude : Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner”

  1. Interesting, he is a criminal of some sort. Not an easy place to commit a crime up in the cold mountains. He probably likes sunny beaches better because he is away from the police and closer to his bank accounts in the Cayman Islands. Great read.

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  2. Loved the ’empty spaces’ you allowed the reader to experience as the bodies made their way down the mountain. Even though most of the others are sure “HE” is a criminal…. I am not so sure? His last thought “I had a lot of explaining to do.” still allows me to think that there is a twist in this guy’s journey that we do not yet know about? Enjoyed! Hope to see you next week!

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    1. Thanks for reading and commenting. I think the story is open to many outcomes (it’s one of the specialities of Flash Fiction I think.) I aim to be around next week but am off on vacation the week after. On a cruise ship it’s difficult to get a connection to participate regularly (and far too expensive)!

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