The Perfect Cover #writephoto

Written in response to Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt. Thanks for the inspiration, Sue – I hope you’re having a good time on your travels 🙂 Joanna crawled up the embankment, leaving a trail of red in her wake. She looked back, tracking the path she had taken; the trail like a flag to theContinue reading “The Perfect Cover #writephoto”

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 theContinue reading “Buried: Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes #4”

Changing World: Day 24 – A Story A Day

A Story A Day – Prompt (24/9/15): Three Micro Stories. Flick through the gallery and pick the first three pictures that catch your attention. Now, write a short, 50-100 word story for each. No more than 100 words each. I used the prompt today, and wrote a short piece for each photograph I chose. ButContinue reading “Changing World: Day 24 – A Story A Day”

Awakening #BlogBattle Writing Challenge

#BlogBattle is a weekly writing challenge organised by Rachael Ritchey. You can find more information about it here. It’s a fun battle, and a supportive group – a great place to hang out! The theme this week is ‘ORCHID’ I feel the need to add a note to this story, mainly because I have no idea whereContinue reading “Awakening #BlogBattle Writing Challenge”

Dear Jinny (Day 16) A Story A Day

It’s another break from Missing today. Time got away from me, so I decided on a piece of flash fiction following the prompt for today, which is as follows. StoryADay September 2015 – Prompt: The Widower (They had been married sixty years. She always did the cooking, laundry, grocery shopping, and cleaning around the house. HeContinue reading “Dear Jinny (Day 16) A Story A Day”

Closing the Distance #BlogBattle Writing Challenge

#BlogBattle is a weekly writing challenge organised by Rachael Ritchey. You can find more information about it here. It’s a fun battle, and a supportive group – a great place to hang out! The theme this week is ‘DISTANCE’ Just a quick note before I begin. For those who’ve been following along with my story a day, I’mContinue reading “Closing the Distance #BlogBattle Writing Challenge”

Missing – Part 7 (Day 8) A Story A Day – #BlogBattle Writing Challenge

#BlogBattle is a weekly writing challenge organised by Rachael Ritchey. You can find more information about it here. It’s a fun battle, and a supportive group – a great place to hang out! The theme this week is ‘HEAD’. As some of you may know, I’m taking part in the ‘A Story A Day September’ challenge. MyContinue reading “Missing – Part 7 (Day 8) A Story A Day – #BlogBattle Writing Challenge”

Teamwork #BlogBattle Writing Challenge

#BlogBattle is a weekly writing challenge organised by Rachael Ritchey. You can find more information about it here. It’s a fun battle, and a supportive group – a great place to hang out! The theme this week is ‘LEGUMES’. The temperature in the small room dropped to bearable as Darren Yates gave his presentation. It was aContinue reading “Teamwork #BlogBattle Writing Challenge”

Hope #BlogBattle Writing Challenge

#BlogBattle is a weekly writing challenge organised by Rachael Ritchey. You can find more information about it here. It’s a fun battle, and a supportive group – a great place to hang out! The theme this week is ‘OASIS’. “Please. Stop this.” My words were barely coherent; my throat raw from my protests, from screamingContinue reading “Hope #BlogBattle Writing Challenge”

What’s in a name? #BlogBattle Writing Challenge

#BlogBattle is a weekly writing challenge organised by Rachael Ritchey. You can find more information about it here. It’s a fun battle, and a supportive group – a great place to hang out! The theme this week is ‘EYE’. I’m working on the third novel in my Morgan and Fairchild series. It is taking longerContinue reading “What’s in a name? #BlogBattle Writing Challenge”