A crescent moon provides the prompt for this week’s #writephoto offering. This is a rising moon in the photo below, although this week we have a setting crescent moon sinking below the shadow of the tree opposite my front window!
Jewel Box is the prompt for this month’s WEP-IWSG flash fiction challenge. It’s not due until April 17th, but I’m doing it nearly a week early to go with J for Jewel in the A to Z Challenge. Apart from
People I knew in the Past is a pretty weak subject for P in my A to Z of inspirations, but then, the past does make you who you are, and sometimes the people who are gone and forgotten come
The Frozen Rat’s Paw was one of ten randomised titles that Chuck Wendig gave us to work on, just before going off on another tour. Whilst I’ve enjoyed the freedom of not having to work to his prompt for the
The Vintage Explorer is a title I gave Rebecca ages ago during the first Chuck Hiatus. Today I wanted to do something involving flying machines since I hadn’t told you I have a Goodreads Giveaway on for my father’s memoirs White
Friday is Flash Fiction day on my blog. I usually get prompts from a great guy called Chuck Wendig, who has his own style, with a lot of rude words, but he’s inspirational despite that. For today he offered us
I was wandering through my theme for the A2Z Challenge, when I remembered the tales of the avaricious explorers I used to do. I enjoy these. I must do some more. I just wonder why a guy called Carruthers turns
Chuck gave us another listed of random-generated titles this week, and this caught my eye, but then I steered myself away from something to do with Big Pete and the Swede, and set it back into my ‘explorer group’. I