It started as a piece of flash fiction which I submitted to a weekly flash competition. Alas, it didn't win, so I rewrote it, lengthened it and submitted it to Every Day Fiction.
EDF asked me to revise the story, and I reworked it along the lines of H.G. Wells's short story The Man Who could work Miracles. Below is a link to the published story.
I was originally going to have the story revolving around a Battle of Waterloo diorama, but opted for D-Day since the anniversary was coming up.
My only fear is that in spite of it being a humorous story, some folk may be offended, what with D-Day being within living memory. On this score, though, only time will tell.
Below are links to my Canterbury Tale published by Coscom Entertainment, my most recent Global Short Story Competition winner and my short-listed story for the National newspaper, Abu Dhabi's, annual short story competition: