Okay, so I am really really bad at actually finishing a story as of late. This was for Prompt #4 of my 2018 Flash Fiction Challenge (which I am hardcore FAILING at this point). But, I did at least have a start, and something is better than nothing, so I am posting what I have. … Continue reading A phone call during the Apocalypse
I wasn't going to publish this. I didn't finish my submission for Prompt #2, but I did have a decent idea going and if I'd had a little more time, may have been able to follow through. Things have just been super crazy lately. But then I thought, I did START to write it and … Continue reading I’m Not Who You Think I Am
Okay, so I'm super bummed. I know it's just the first week, but I thought having given an additional two weeks prior to the first week's prompt that I'd at least have ONE person submit something for the 2018 Flash Fiction Challenge. Sigh. But, alas, not even myself participated. I really did try, though. For … Continue reading Sad Face
Okay... so I'm a day late and a dollar short, but in my defense, I am usually off on Tuesday's. Not off to a good start, huh? Hopefully, it won't deter you from participating because I think it's going to be a really fun year of writing. I have so much planned. For those of … Continue reading It’s HERE… the Flash Fiction Challenge 2018!!
Okay, so it's down to the wire. Only 4 more days until the virtual unveiling of my flash fiction challenge. However, the closer it gets, the more stressed I get. I'm worried that I won't be able to live up to the commitment. It's a somewhat daunting task knowing that for the next solid year, … Continue reading I think I can…
Only 44 more days 'til the New Year begins..... and along with it, my year-long Flash Fiction Challenge! Back in September, I mentioned that I was going to be hosting a challenge similar to the 2014 Flash Fiction Challenge by Thain in Vain, which although I didn't join in on until late in the game, … Continue reading The Countdown begins….
In response to The Seeker's Dungeon prompt. What inspires me? .... That is a more difficult question to answer than you'd think. On the one hand, the writer in me could answer that very easily and in one word. Everything. Everything inspires my writing. All that I see and smell and hear and touch. It's … Continue reading Short on Inspiration
It's been so long since I've blogged that I don't even know where to start. First, I changed my WordPress avatar. It was way overdue... the one I had up was me, like 7 years ago and 75 pound lighter. I am so far from that person it's not even funny. I mean, don't get … Continue reading Fatty McGee
Okay. So. My naughty muse has been whispering some very creative things in my ear. She has persuaded me to host my very own Flash Fiction Challenge for 2018. And it's going to be a doozy. I'm trying to figure out the best way to schedule it, and my OCD will not let me be … Continue reading 2018 Flash Fiction Challenge
The sun was just beginning to set as Roxy Bresner stepped through the apartment door, the sky awash with bright pink and orange streaks. Cold swiftly enveloped her, its chill stopping her in her tracks and she almost turned around to grab a different sweater. Already later than usual, she decided against it. The Gupta's … Continue reading Apocalypse: Babysitter
He purposely turned as I started to move past him, blocking most of the hallway with his body. I stopped. I could feel his gaze on me, heavy and lidded, waiting for me to make my move. I slid past him without looking up and the seconds rolled into eternity. My stomach rubbed against his … Continue reading In Dreams
I remember the first night he spoke to me. It was a usual Friday night at the Rodeo. For months I had been frequenting the country bar on a weekly basis. It had become my secondary home, a place where the bouncers and the bartenders knew me by name. My friend, Jennifer and I were … Continue reading The Beginning of My End
Three generations of Crossett's lined the king sized mattress like packaged sardines; first grandmother, then mother and finally the granddaughter and youngest of the bunch at thirteen years old. Those three sets of eyes, all similar in shape and same striking aqua were glued to the latest news broadcast. Their arms were linked and bodies … Continue reading
I didn't realize how much I missed Desperate Housewives until I was watching the first episode in the second season of Body of Proof and Dana Delaney made a reference to the fact that she used to live in a cul-de-sac like this... It was absolutely perfect. Only fans of the show would've caught it … Continue reading Wisteria Lane
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBmIptM7JvA I know its been awhile since I've posted at all let alone one of my prompts, but I've been in another of my occasional funks. It seems that the second everything evens out in my life, something happens to send me spiraling right back down again. This song is very fitting for my … Continue reading Tune-In Tuesday
This guy is an amazing talent. I’ve fallen in love with many of his works and if I could afford to buy art, his would definitely be the first I would get. I’m keeping him in my thoughts and will pass this along, hoping those of you who see it will do the same.
Hi Friends and Fans of Ray! This is his wife, Rhian Ferrer….
Tuesday morning I found Ray in bed having a seizure (he has never had one before) I brought him to the hospital and he is stable but has a massive baseball sized tumor in/on his brain. He will be undergoing surgeries, radiation and chemo therapy in the upcoming months.
I have set up a Go Fund Me page for Ray.
Here is the link. http://www.gofundme.com/rayferrer
Please share and be sure to check out the links on the page, including the Etsy link where you can get get great art prints of his that will also help contribute!
From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you and our family thanks you. He holds his fans in such high regards and will be updating everyone as things progress.
I've said before that I've recently become addicted to audio books. I remember the first one I ever heard. I was in my late teens. It was, of course, a Stephen King novel, as were so many of my firsts. First horror novel (Carrie), first movie that truly scared me (It), and first audio books … Continue reading Dream Project: Full Cast Audio Books
Searching for recommendations. Last year, I was part of a weekly challenge to write a story a week based on a weekly prompt. Although I didn't participate every week, I loved being a part of the small community of writers. I've searched for other weekly challenges and prompts, but it's hard to find the good … Continue reading WANTED: Challenges & Weekly Prompts
Like a truly crazy person I stood outside in the storm, my face tilted up to the cascading water as it fell from the sky. I watched as lightning zig-zagged across the blackness of night, filling the space around me with an eery white glow. It was amazing. Amazing how something that was considered so … Continue reading “From the Sky”
Your character wakes up and doesn't know where they are or how they got there. I chose this scenario because there are so many directions you could go with it. I wanted to see how many versions the same situation could bring about. I say it all the time, but its amazing how different each … Continue reading Saturday’s Daily