Hi. You have arrived at the vinceunlimited Creative page.

The Creative page is a new section in the vinceunlimited universe designed to collate all the relevant stuff off the site for a particular type of reader, in this case you, the creative sort.

This page is in development and not all articles are fully completed, however in time this page will be fully populated with all the ideas, fictional writing and creativity found within the whole of the vinceunlimited site.

As it has only just commenced please be patient but check back regularly.


Author: Vince Poynter
Version 5.007 17 Oct 2017

Fiction by Vince

Photograph of Vince sat at a PremierInn desk typing on his laptop
The author authoring, probably

Long, long ago, when televisions only came in two colours and being bad was never a good thing I used to make up stories. Actually I didn't, I made that bit up. I didn't actually make up stories as a child. Never did unless obliged to do so during my English studies.

No one who knew me then would have predicted that I would be like I am now. Except that the blond hair and chubby cheeks still remain, of course. But as a teenager and into my adulthood I have always harboured a desire to write. And fiction is the best place to start when you lead a fairly normal life and haven't discovered penicillin or captained your country in tiddlywinks

However, the trouble with fiction is that it takes up too much time. And I've been fannying about with this site in it's various incarnations for too long to develop some of these ideas. If you feel like assisting (read 'sponsoring me') get in touch. So, read on and weep*.

Shortest Story - The shortest story of all. Except shorter ones. And longer ones with most of their pages missing. For more short stories why not link up to You never know whose work is featured.

2 Cases - A thriller. Or it will be when it is finished. Not so thrilling in it's present state but you'll get the idea.

Loch Ness - An incomplete story about the discovery of the Loch Ness monster. Commenced after seeing what effects could be achieved with the film Jurassic Park (Yes, that long ago). Sadly abandoned when the film Loch Ness appeared, starring Ted Danson. Must watch that someday.

Vincent - Story about a bike. With a great name. Or am I just biased?

*Its not that the stories are sad. Only the writer, for thinking any of these works is worthy of a Pulitzer or Booker . Or worthy of publication. Or even reading come to that.


Author: Vince Poynter
Version 5.007 17 Oct 2017
First Published: Version 1.00 in Oct 2003
The image depicts the author using his laptop and was added in Version 5.007 17 Oct 2017

Two Cases - Explanation

The fictional story reproduced below is just the start of a story about two cases.

You may note that it is a bit short. Positively stunted. Incomplete.

In time this story will be developed and you will see how the protagonist deals with the situation.

But I have a load of stuff do do and this may take some time. Unless of course you ask nicely for me to write some more of it.

It's literally up to you.

Author: Vince Poynter
Version 5.007 17 Oct 2017

Two Cases

Fiction By Vince

A dark thriller. If you read it at night. Written before Oct 2003

Photograph of a green oval vanity case
Not the sort of case I imagined. Nor indeed the quantity thereof

A man, drowning his sorrows in a café overhears two criminals discussing the delivery of two cases. One contains 'the money', the other a bomb. He has an opportunity to steal the cases but hesitates, considering it too much risk.

Later he sees an on street chase between the police and the two criminals. During which he sees the cases dumped during a shoot out in an alley. When the area is clear and the criminals are taken safely into custody he checks around to see if anyone is about. Nobody around, but there is a street camera. It is damaged so he takes the cases and leaves.

The man is at a loss as to which case is the bomb. He does not tell anyone about his discovery and his anxiety spills into his love life.

Later the police return, see the camera and comment that it was damaged in the shoot out. They get a video image of the man with the two cases.

The criminals, on release, return to the café and in a chance comment the owner describes the man seen eyeing up the cases.

The chase is on.


Author: Vince Poynter
Version 5.007 17 Oct 2017
Written before Oct 2003
First Published: Version 1.00 in Oct 2003
The image was added in Version 5.007 17 Oct 2017