I've got a teeny piece of flash fiction up on the Bugged project site: you can read it here. It's my usual morbid horrible fare, of course, so avert your eyes and avoid clicking if you're at all squeamish.
Have I explained Bugged before? You had to do some eavesdropping on July 1st and some up with a short story, a poem, or a piece of flash fiction or drama based on what you overheard. Mine came from a conversation I heard in Manchester Airport on my way to Amsterdam - though I'm sure the girls I spied upon were a lot less mean and desperate than their avatars in my piece.
Jo Bell is the creative genius behind Bugged, and they've got luminaries like Jenn Ashworth, David Gaffney and Mil Millington backing it. There'll be an anthology announced in a few weeks, and they're hoping to run events around the country based on the whole eavesdropping experiment. It's a good opportunity to think about where your ideas come from and to examine in a really deliberate way how a piece of fiction develops.
The last day for entries is this Sunday (15th) at midday - good luck!