Fisherman – a good prompt for #30DaysWild, too. I used to live by a river with loads of linked reservoirs around as part of the flood defences; it was a fisher’s paradise. Several of my friends fished, and my immediate
Existence. Something we take for granted, maybe. Certainly when we are younger. I remember I used to run a personal skills course for a company I did interpersonal skills training for. It’s a laugh, really; I used to be really
Sue Vincent 14th September 1958 – 29th March 2021 R.I.P
KL Caley at New 2 Writing is carrying the fire — taking on the #writephoto weekly photoprompt, devised and run by Sue Vincent for over 5 years. Of course we miss Sue’s input, but she said on her blog announcement:
Memory was the #writephoto prompt from 27 February 2020. Last week I hoped Sue’s eyes would improve to enable her to blog again. This week she wrote what she thought would be her Last Post, since the failing eye is
Returning was the returning writephoto challenge from Sue Vincent in January. I caught up with the second one. Now Sue is having eye trouble and has had to skip blogging for a while till that’s sorted. I know how close
Deeper and deeper into the mire of work backlog… it’s WEP week, so I wasn’t ready to do a second flash fiction in response to Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt. Apart from the WEP flash fiction for Wednesday, which I’ve been
Appointed is today’s #writephoto prompt, courtesy of Sue Vincent. This crow sitting on top of a tree reminded me of something I wrote several years ago to the title Crow of Nine-World, but that is no longer on the blog,
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
Afar: the photo prompt from this time last year in Sue Vincent’s #writephoto meme. A chance remark from a friend started this one off. Another friend fostered a greyhound during the first lockdown here in England, and yet another friend
Thursday #writephoto is the inspiration of Sue Vincent. Each week Sue posted a picture with a prompt and invited bloggers to make what they would of it – whether in poetry, prose or some other way. This is now on
This beautiful writephoto is the prompt for a blog item relating to Serenity. Writephoto is the brainchild of Sue Vincent, to whom I am very grateful for the reminder to get writing regularly again! The picture took me straight to
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!
Early August! Already a week gone, and I’m feeling so much more settled now. I’m even back into a routine of writing and work. Too much work, though, with all the moving paperwork I’ve been putting off: secondary address changes
Darkness is today’s #writephoto prompt from Sue Vincent. The picture is below. I took my inspiration from the word rather than the picture of dark roiling clouds over a rolling meadow. As soon as I saw the prompt I thought