FLUTTER is a *WEOLDEN YARNS, surreal fantasy, mystery, darkly comic, short story.
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Is it normal for moths to grow to the size of pigeons?
Is 'lepidopterology' an essential survival skill or just another long word?
Do you really want to know what is going on in the woods today?
FLUTTER is the story of a young, mystery thriller writer called Dean, who really does want to know.
He insists on investigating those mysterious, dark winged creatures that he saw that odd little fat man from down the village pub stuff into his bag,
That man tells him that this village is Wyrsewich, Mithelsex and he would be a whole lot better off minding his own business. Suredely.
There is no telling some people.
FLUTTER is a surreal, fantasy, mystery, darkly comic, short story for those who love a bit of tooth in their tale.
Mothballs are not provided.
Contains dodgy language and a bit of blood.
*WEOLDEN YARNS are stories set in the present day and at various other periods of history, primarily in the south eastern English county of Mithelsex.
Mithelsex lies snug between Sussex and Kent with the Weold, the massive, horseshoe shaped rump of downland, encircling the county like a maternal and muscular arm.
This effective geological and, to a large extent, psychological protectorate ensures Mithelsex continues to staunchly retain her distinct and individual personality.
There is an old proverb: "Ne'er bestep the Shrowde on a sunny night, Lest there be summat acomin' on."
This is Mithelsex. Where adventures can lead anywhere.