Fiction by Steve Fendt on Tall and Tiny Tales
Over the months, I’ve published a fair few stories on this site. Scrolling back isn’t an ideal way to find ones you might have missed, so here’s an alphabetical list with links.
Winery manager Pan Nikolopoulos looks back fondly on his schooldays and his first love in Victoria’s tranquil Acheron Valley. Yet true love’s path was rarely predictable or safe with Áine Doyle …
A woman on holiday falls in love with a dilapidated wooden schooner. ‘Astrid’ takes the reader on a voyage spanning half the globe and half a lifetime.
A young woman suffers an injury on the first day of a walk in the rugged Otways hills. She finds herself stranded at a lonely campsite. Events soon take a sinister turn.
A ferocious invader threatens the viability of Marg’s farming enterprise – and the man she hires in response awakens tensions within her tight-knit group of volunteers.
A darkly humorous story of love, forgetting and cups of tea. And who is that in the woodshed?
Tucked away in the rugged High Country, sculptor Tom embarks on a monumental woodcarving. But something is not quite right … A tale of guilt, atonement and love.
A novelist hopes for a productive winter in an isolated coastal cottage. She finds that she has more company than she bargained for.
Les Barker is a lonely divorcee living in the tiny seaside town of Skeleton Creek. While beachcombing he makes a discovery which will change his life – and challenge his integrity.
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