A QuickFic story: 10 Rules for the Full Enjoyment of Stately Homes

I’ve got into the very pleasant habit of writing a story for Faber Academy’s QuickFic competition on most Fridays (except for the time when they moved it to Thursday without warning; I was discombobulated).

When I saw this week’s prompt, just after 10am, a story popped into my head – but I had minimal time to scribble, which was interspersed with some necessary child-wrangling. So I’m delighted and somewhat surprised that 10 Rules for the Full Enjoyment of Stately Homes was the runner-up!

To read my story, and the other two fantastic stories, please click here: http://www.faberacademy.co.uk/news/2015/08/quickfic-280815-the-winner/.


The featured image is Arundel Castle by Chris Parfitt, which is shared by permission of Creative Commons license 2.0. The photo has been cropped slightly so that the whole castle fits on.

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5 thoughts on “A QuickFic story: 10 Rules for the Full Enjoyment of Stately Homes

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