The Frozen Lake is this week’s #writephoto prompt from KL Caley of New2Writing.com. I confess when I first saw it, I thought it was some unworldly light and a black, starry background. But it’s just black of trees! I tried
Shopping is not my favourite occupation. I wondered how Sir Woebegone might cope with a shopping spree. Naturally the whole topic came to me as a result of this week’s #writephoto prompt from KL Caley at New2Writing.com. This splendid photograph
Skull-duggery; skulduggery is mischief, of an underhand sort. And today’s picture prompt ‘skulls’ from KL Caley at New2Writing.com suggested skulduggery to me. I hope you enjoy the story, 985 words with some old friends — and here’s the #writephoto prompt:
The Crow of Nine-World is no longer on this blog, since he’s in one of my flash fiction collections–Critters and Crises, probably. Although there are two stories about him… I wonder what the other one is called? Oh yes. Anyway,
Time and Tinplate is the third of my 2021 Flash Fiction Collections. It’s coming out in June –the 10th to be precise– and features the stories in which time or time travel are of the essence. And it’s my T
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
Time once again for the Bookshelf Gargoyle‘s fantastic Fiction in Fifty Words monthly challenge. As usual you can join in, you don’t even have to sign up, although adding your gem to the #Fi50 monthly post is a good idea.