Published Fiction

Flash Fiction:

Sometimes I Smoke – The Cabinet of Heed – January 2018

Sanctuary on the Plains – Flashpoint Anthology – March 2018

The Envy of the Village – The Drabble – March 2018

An Offering – National Flash Fiction Day Anthology 2018 – June

The Witching Folds – Another North – May 2019

VSS365 Anthology – Day 14: Bolt – September 2019

Short Stories:

Dinner’s at 6 – The Sirens Call eZine 37th Issue – February 2018

The Night Dweller – The Sirens Call eZine 38th Issue – April 2018

Author: Jennifer Kennedy

Mother, teacher and writer. I love all my jobs but writing holds a special place in my heart. I hope you enjoy reading my short stories as much as I enjoy writing them!

8 thoughts on “Published Fiction”

  1. mumpoet – Creative poet, and writer of fiction. I am here to try and finish something I started once upon a time. I am a lover of all kinds of fiction and poetry (Simon Armitage is my hero) and I also make hats from scratch (I made the one in my profile picture myself) and I up-cycle and sell denim and sequinned vintage jackets. So, like everyone, I'm a mixed bag of fun, chaos and seriousness. Hope you enjoy my blog x
    mumpoet says:

    Fab Jen 🙂 Well done xxx

  2. Kate Frances – UK – Everywhere I look I see potential stories. Sometimes I’ll annoy even myself for using brain power creating a tale about some trivia I spot while waiting in the bank queue, or sat at the traffic lights! If I can one day write something which others enjoy reading, my goal will have been reached 🎉 I laugh. A lot. Humour is often in my stories and laughing is a tonic we should all attempt to take daily. Come laugh with me ...
    Viola Bleu says:

    I absolutely love this piece and have banked it to link to something else … congratulations on having it published by another as well as here! You have set the bar high for yourself xx

      1. Kate Frances – UK – Everywhere I look I see potential stories. Sometimes I’ll annoy even myself for using brain power creating a tale about some trivia I spot while waiting in the bank queue, or sat at the traffic lights! If I can one day write something which others enjoy reading, my goal will have been reached 🎉 I laugh. A lot. Humour is often in my stories and laughing is a tonic we should all attempt to take daily. Come laugh with me ...
        Viola Bleu says:

        You can!! Pace yourself though … set a target of one every … whatever suits you personally xxx

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