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Open short story winner

Sooner or later

Love short story competition


After early years in India and Africa, Sally Pearson grew up in Kent, but gradually migrated to Durham, where she stayed for 25 years. Sally trained in the Laban art of movement, drama and TEFL and has taught communication skills to adults and children from all backgrounds, and worked as an educational counsellor and welfare officer. She now lives in France, where the St Clementin Bilingual Literary Festival and the North Deux-Sevres Writers’ group have inspired her to develop her writing skills. Sally recently Sally won the Segora 300-word vignette competition. This is her first short story win.

The flat is tiny. It is all she can afford. Six years of volunteering have nourished her soul, but played havoc with the savings. Besides, her usual overseas contracts, once a sure source of revenue, are coming to an end.

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