On the contrary; it helps you to rise up, but only if you let it. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how we react to others who are talented and hardworking; others around us who achieve success right in front of our eyes. I’ve been lucky enough to witness some of my fellow writers… Read More Being Surrounded By Talent Doesn’t Push You Down
It’s the 24th July. I’ve been writing every day now for 24 days straight. On one of those days I wrote a short story that was nothing to do with my Nano project, but still. Twenty four days isn’t too bad, I guess? (My current count is 39,520.) I’ve got to admit it. I have… Read More I’ve Hit Nano Fatigue… but I will push through!
Stars, a flash fiction story This piece was inspired by a flash fiction prompt from Eva Deverell It wasn’t a normal evening for Selby, out in the black of night. She had painted the last of her stars, just as usual, taking great pride in how they shone and glittered against the dark curtain of space behind.… Read More Flash Fiction – Stars
This piece was inpsired by a flash fiction prompt provided by Eva Deverell. Pint Number 4 Stuart waited patiently. He knew it was a ring, he just didn’t know what a ring meant. The witch cackled to herself. “Ring in the teacup! Fight to the death!” she declared. “What?!” Stuart was aghast. It couldn’t be… Read More Flash Fiction – Pint Number 4
This is the second piece I have written in response to Eva Deverell’s flash fiction writing prompts. The prompt was: “he twisted his fate between his fingers.” Fated Eric Jeffries was not aware that he had muddled up the space-time continuum with his lawnmower accident. Most people who did accidentally interfere with the laws of… Read More Eva Deverell’s Flash Fiction Prompts – #2