Causeway is this week’s #writephoto prompt from Sue Vincent. I’ve been a little remiss in fitting in my writephotos. Sorry about that. In fact, I’m cheating anyway, as I’m giving you an excerpt from Chronicles of Marsh. I’m fond of
Zephyrs and other Winds brings you a charming insight into daily life at Castle Marsh. That’s the life of my Princelings of the East. This year I’ve been giving you flashbacks from my previous seven A to Z Challenges, to
Oo-er! The Question of the Month for November is: “When was your first kiss?” Now, I can’t remember whether it was Mick B, David A or a boy I liked at Kindergarten, but I have lots of clear recollections about David
This story was originally written for the Z post of A to Z 2013. As posts in the #flashbackfriday go, it’s probably received more reads than others, but as I come to the end of Camp Nano for another year,
As promised last month, I have a series of interviews for you during July, and maybe August, while I’m away at Camp NaNoWriMo. Here’s the first. Picture above of me about twenty years ago (cough) sailing on the Horsey Cut,
Chuck Wendig is in Phoenix, Arizona, so he’s given us a phoenix theme as our challenge this week. I’ve rebelled slightly by doing only 500 words. It’s a refreshing change. Happy birthday to my Fred and George today, Princelings Day.
To play well, relax. It’s not how, it’s how many. Just get ball in hole! Golf is a very frustrating game. I sometimes wonder why it was chosen as the NATO word for G. Golf sounds like Gulf, which is
In which Crown Prince Fred of Marsh prepares to present his paper at the inaugural Natural Philosophy Summer School 2011 This 1300 word short story could appear in a collection entitled The Chronicles of Marsh. It picks up on the