Transport may seem like a necessary evil to get you from A to B. But have you ever used it as a plot point? A character quirk? Or a means of world building? You can use one, or all three, to round out your fiction in a more unexpected way! This post was inspired by […]
This story is now out for submission! This flash was inspired by a comment from Nerine Dorman about a misspelling, turning homemade goods into DIY deities!
There wasn’t always a moor to the north of Little Howling. Local tales told of an ancient forest, stretching for miles across the land now occupied by the moor, and Great Howling. Angela loved the stories of witches in the woods, and thickets so dense that villagers became lost in them, their cries for help […]
I was tagged by my friend and fellow writer Tony Noland (@TonyNoland) in a bloghop meme, along with Larry Kollar and John Wiswell, to answer a few questions! So without any further ado, here we go… 1. What am I working on? I’m being a bit silly and working on two projects at once – […]
Natasha had kept flowers on the windowsill in the front room for as long as I’d known her. She’d move the flowers around the house to suit her mood, but it was always the ones on the front room sill that gave the clues – yellow carnation for disappointment, or begonias for dark thoughts. She […]