'It was the end of the rainbow for him' by Clive Martyn

Finding the gold at the end of the rainbow wasn’t the difficult bit; all that took was a piece of the true cross, a compass blessed by an Irish bishop, a rainy day and the sun in the right direction. Disposing of the leprechaun’s body was a whole different story.

Clive Martyn is currently trying to get his second novel 'Sunset Hotel', a modern vampire horror, published, whilst beginning his next project. He escapes into flash fiction to prevent insanity.
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On 8/29/09, 6:11 PM , Laura Eno said...

Good job! How does one dispose of a leprechaun's body, anyway?

On 9/15/09, 5:29 AM , Anonymous said...

Funny :-) made me smile.