Picture it Write: Darkest Chains

This is my entry into the Picture it and Write creative writing challenge hosted by the authors of Ermiliablog. Darkest Chains “Don’t dawdle, girl.” Lady Aehtia swept into the citadel with barely a glance at the guards standing sentinel, her presence unquestioned. Lytle hurried in her wake. No matter how much she wished to give warning about... Continue Reading →

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Picture it & Write: Between Levels

This is my entry into the Picture it and Write creative writing challenge hosted by the authors of Ermiliablog. Between Levels Genre: Futuristic “You don’t belong here.” Lyla gave an undignified squawk as the gravelly voice sounded from the darkness ahead. She’d not considered the possibility of encountering people during her excursion. “I can go wherever I... Continue Reading →

Picture it & Write: Childhoods’ Playground

This is my entry into the Picture it and Write creative writing challenge hosted by the authors of Ermiliablog. Childhoods' Playground Tammy was really excited about showing her friends the house. She’d found it when exploring the village. She knew Mummy said she shouldn’t ever go past the big wall but the crumbling stones and low hanging... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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