First, I want to say a huge congratulations to the anthology authors of Voyagers: The Third Ghost, which released yesterday! I hope you enjoy this wonderful time. The anthology I was part of (Masquerade: Oddly Suited) is a whole year old now and I had such an amazing time working with the other authors to promote it.
Category: Creative Writing
This week, Elephant’s Child shared 12 prompt words and I managed to encorporate all 12 words (some slightly adapted) into a flash fiction piece entitled “Forgotten”.
Since my last WEP piece was quite dark in nature, I wanted to do something light-hearted this time. I was also trying to think out of the box a little with my interpretation of the ” antique vase” prompt. I hope it makes you smile!
Words for Wednesday is a weekly meme started by Delores from Under the Porch Light (no longer blogging) a long time ago and it is hosted by various different bloggers. There are a different set of prompts each week, which can be words, phrases, music or an image. What we do with them is up to us: a short story, prose, a song, a poem or treating them with ignore. We can use some or all of the prompts.
The IWSG’s focus is on our writers. Each month, from all over the globe, we are a united group sharing our insecurities, our troubles, and our pain. So, in this time when our world is in crisis with the covid-19 pandemic, our optional question this month is: how are things in your world?
It’s time for another Insecure Writer’s Support Group post to boost my confidence and encourage myself to engage with the writing community. The IWSG post on the first Wednesday of every month. This month’s awesome co-hosts are: Jacqui Murray, Lisa Buie-Collard, Sarah Foster, Natalie Aguirre, and Shannon Lawrence! Writing News To be honest, there hasn’t been […]
Write…Edit…Publish post on the third Wednesday of every second month and the challenges are open to all. To join in, you submit your name to the list, write an entry for the prompt (1000 words or less) and edit it. Then on the date given, you publish it to your blog, stating your feedback preferences. You […]