Author Archives: Lee Hulme

Prompt Short Story: Vicky

Vicky (WIP, Untitled murder mystery) by Lee Hulme Egerton walked out of interview room 2, resisting the urge to slam the door behind her. She shook her head at her partner, Danson, and stalked off to the coffee machine, punching … Continue reading

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Prompt Short Story: Drew

Note before we begin this story, if you’re unfamiliar with the use of the singular ‘they’ as a pronoun replacement for he/she, please check out these links: Drew (WIP, Untitled murder mystery) by Lee Hulme Drew lifted their … Continue reading

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Guest Story: Conscience vs Loyalty

Over the past few weeks you’ll have seen my writing prompt stories. These are coming from a small group of friends, of varying levels of experience, who I’ve gathered together to help each other improve. Of the group, Matthew is … Continue reading

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