FFfAW: Time to Leave

Time to Leave The boats were full, despite the lateness of the day. Ingrid paused, her foot poised on the gangplank as she looked back at the town. Her throat tightened as tears threatened to fall. How could she leave? The place was central to all of her memories: she'd married Jimmy in the church on the market place; [...]

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FFfAW: Time to Reconnect

Time to Reconnect She hadn't written to them in far too long. Back in the early days, Felena had penned letters weekly, though each one had simply been added to the stack in her drawer. Eventually she'd forced herself to stop. She'd needed to move on. It was now over a decade since anything had actually been delivered to the [...]

Web of Light

shadows retreat as hope's golden glow illuminates the pervasive web of negativity and joy shines through I was going to post this picture as yesterday's Wordless Wednesday, but then the words came into my head and insisted on being included, so I thought I'd save it for today instead. As most of you probably know by now, I'm currently in the [...]

TLT: Walls

His memories crowded close: an impenetrable barrier denying access whilst holding him back from the world. But he was sick of being imprisoned by the past. Caed knew it was time to tear down the walls - from their rubble he could build a marvelous palace in which to celebrate a bright future. This post in for [...]

Allergic to ‘E’ Challenge

I've been nominated to take part in the Allergic to ‘E’ Challenge by Prakash Hegard of It's PH. Thank you very much for the nomination. I couldn't resist taking part... Here are the Rules: 1) Write a whole paragraph ( a paragraph sounds easy right?) without any word containing the letter “e” (still easy?) 2) By reading this [...]

Catch! – Mondays Finish the Story

This is my entry for this week's flash fiction challenge from Mondays Finish The Story. This challenge gives you a picture and an opening sentence and asks you to finish the story within 100-150 words. The opening sentence is given in italics.   Racing down into the atmosphere, the unidentified object crashed, leaving behind one [...]