Author Archives: Lee Hulme

Writing Prompt Story: Super Inconvenient

Super Inconvenient by Lee Hulme Marc hefted the weights smoothly, up and down, watching his muscles ripple in the one-way window. He knew he’d never have the diamond-cut physique of one of those arrogant strength Supers – they had something … Continue reading

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Prompt Short Story: Family Matters

Family Matters by Lee Hulme Elise boarded the bus, in the middle of the evening lull, making her way home after her post-school, end of the week shift at the chippy. She flashed the pass on her phone to the … Continue reading

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Prompt Short Story: The Body

The Body by Lee Hulme The body lay, still and silent, on the couch which sat in one corner of the laboratory. It looked peaceful, as if it were sleeping, except there was no movement to indicate breathing. The blanket … Continue reading

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