MFtS: The Pizza Delivery

Here's this week's entry into Monday's Finish the Story flash fiction challenge, run by Barbara W. Beacham. This challenge gives you a picture prompt and the first line and asks that you finish the story in 100-150 words. The given line is in italics. The Pizza Delivery “Pizza anyone?” Lily scowled as a grinning Bristol... Continue Reading →

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The Crossing – Part Five

Here's part five of The Crossing. For those of you who haven't already read them, or for anyone who wants to refresh their memory of what happened, here are the links to Part One, Part Two, Part Three and Part Four. Enjoy! The Crossing: Part Five Genre: historical: early C13th England Part Five Dair was barely conscious, mumbling unintelligibly as the forester carried... Continue Reading →

Friday Fictioneers: Moving On

This is my entry for this week’s Friday Fictioneers Challenge run by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. This week's picture prompt was provided by David Stewart. The challenge is to write a story within 100 words. Moving On Edward watched enviously from the shadows, listening to the music emanating from the pavilion. The community band had consumed his whole life: every spare... Continue Reading →

The Crossing – Part Four

Here's part four of The Crossing. For those of you who haven't already read them, or for anyone who wants to refresh their memory of what happened, here are the links to Part One, Part Two and Part Three. Enjoy! The Crossing: Part Four Genre: historical: early C13th England Move! Dair’s eyes flashed open and he surged forward in a stumble that sent... Continue Reading →

Friday Fictioneers: Sanctuary – Raen

This is a companion piece for this week’s Friday Fictioneers entry. If you haven't already read Sanctuary please follow the link to do so. Sanctuary: Raen Genre: Fantasy Raen ran, each breath harsh against his burning throat, his limbs leaden. Only fear gave him strength to continue. The baying hounds were growing closer, his pursuers’ shouts echoing through the forest. Safety... Continue Reading →

One-Four Challenge: March Week Three

Here's my week three edit for Robyn's One-Four Challenge. This challenge asks that you edit the same picture in four ways over four weeks. For this edit I opened last week's edit in Camera Raw and slightly increased the exposure, highlights and shadows. I then cropped it using Photoshop Elements before opening it in FotoSketcher where I added a mid-strength vintage look with... Continue Reading →

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