The daily prompts are back. For the first week of July the theme will be in the form of a final sentence. All you need to do is weave a ‘thrilling’ tale which concludes with the following sentence: “Whichever way he played it, the result would be the same.”
Firstly, thanks to those who contributed to the 30 Days of June prompt – Mark Morris should get recognition for the number of stories he crafted; each were unique and entertaining. A Room with a View A message to Past Dinner for Seven I’m Clairvoyant, but I can’t see the future Journeys EndContinue reading “30 Days of Summer – A Roundup: Cast your vote”
Don’t miss this interview by author, Mishka Jenkins.
WR101 1 July 2014 Interview with Mishka Jenkins, author of Stolen Bloodline, The Queen’s Jester, and Heart of the Arena. What is your first memory of writing? It’s strange because my first memory isn’t until I was in my teens and I posted a story on some teen site. You know, full of angst and melodramaticContinue reading “Inside the Interview Room – Round 2”
Originally posted on Callum McLaughlin:
Will you be the harbour? The promise of safety in times of stormy weather. Will you be the sculptor? The one to mould hope from the dark and smouldering ashes. Will you be the saviour? The hands prepared to heal me when I fall from life’s cruel wounds. Will you…