A camel train… I saw this and thought of a Carruthers tale I did some years ago, but it’s now in my Greed and Retribution collection of Unexpected Twisty Tales. Click the title to buy it! [this post will autodestruct
Stones. Large, flat stones, scattered around a field. I should warn you now, something weird appeared in my brain, and I decided to write it down! Thanks as always to KL Caley at New2Writing.com for keeping the #writephoto going, despite
Greed and Retribution is the second of my Flash Fiction collection to hit the press. And it’s my G for the A to Z Challenge today. Greed and Retribution: The Carruthers Collection and Other Twisty Tales If you’ve been reading
Guarded is today’s #writephoto prompt, with the photo below, and I’m pleased to say it is a 2021 one! Sue Vincent is providing prompts as long as she can, so it has spurred me on through a little non-writing spell.
Entrance, a #writephoto prompt, succeeded the first one I did last year. Hopefully, I can fill in last year’s gaps with stories this year, until Sue Vincent returns to full strength. I write that in hope, but Sue’s post last
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!
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