Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – Waiting Game

This week for the Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge (#WQWWC) the theme is Autumn. The quote I chose is by George Eliot: Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. George Eliot. There is something truly magnificent about … Continue reading Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – Waiting Game

Completing the Cycle – Thursday Photo Prompt: Roses #writephoto

Completing the Cycle - Written for Sue's Photo Prompt. Rebecca stepped onto the front porch and froze when she saw the obstacle in her path. She knew what it meant, what they represented, and her heart began to pound. The song was next. It came at her from behind, in her own damn house, the haunting … Continue reading Completing the Cycle – Thursday Photo Prompt: Roses #writephoto

The Sacrifice – FRIDAY FICTION with RONOVAN WRITES Prompt Challenge #13

Ronovan's prompt this week: Word Count of 500. (SUGGESTED) Take your favorite quote from a movie and use it as inspiration for your entry this week. If you want more direction, make it the last sentence in your piece. (REQUIRED)   I've been unable to participate in Ronovan's challenge for the last few weeks, and … Continue reading The Sacrifice – FRIDAY FICTION with RONOVAN WRITES Prompt Challenge #13

Feverish Part 3: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #9

This week, Ronovan challenged us to write a story based on the following sentence: Ticks and tocks of essential time, sink the spirits lower than wine. To find out more about Ronovan's challenge click here. I'm cutting it fine this week, and I have good news and bad news. The good is that I finally … Continue reading Feverish Part 3: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #9

Feverish Part 2: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #8

This week, Ronovan challenged us to write a story based on an image (below). To find out more, click here. I mentioned last week that my story, Feverish, would be a two part tale, and that I would incorporate the new prompt. I did manage to weave in the tree, but I couldn't complete the … Continue reading Feverish Part 2: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #8

Feverish: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #7

This week, Ronovan challenged us to write a story incorporating a minimum of three words from the following list: dog, cat, toy, fever, ski, fluffy, machete, purple drink. We were also encouraged to write a humour piece. To find out more, click here. To keep the word count down, I decided to write a two-part … Continue reading Feverish: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #7

Buried: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #4

This week, Ronovan challenged us to write a piece of flash fiction (maximum 500 words). Buried The first thing I noticed was the smell. I’m not sure what that says about me, considering my senses were on full alert, and when I say that, I mean I was completely freaking out. Perhaps it was the … Continue reading Buried: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #4

Chicken: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #3

Created for Ronovan's weekly writing prompt challenge. For more details click here. “Jesus Christ, you can’t play chicken with a plane. For god’s sake, Sadie. Have you lost your mind?” This from a girl who races the Snaefell Mountain Course for kicks. Seriously, the deadliest racetrack in the world or, if not the deadliest, certainly … Continue reading Chicken: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #3

Trick or Treat: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge 67

This week, the prompt words for Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Challenge are CHEER and CALL. If you’ve never tried out a haiku before, and you’d like to learn more, click here to read Ronovan’s article on how to write a haiku poem in English form. In respect of the month, my haiku this week relates to Halloween. It … Continue reading Trick or Treat: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge 67

Raging Storm: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge #64

This week, the prompt words for Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Challenge are TIDE and FLESH. If you’ve never tried out a haiku before, and you’d like to learn more, click here to read Ronovan’s article on how to write a haiku poem in English form. This week I'm back to relating the poem to my current WIP. Sometimes I … Continue reading Raging Storm: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge #64