Story Prompt Sunday

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Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

”Another like me,” the Reaper said handing me a Scythe. 

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Story Prompt Sunday

story prompt

Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

All that was left of his wings, was a single feather.

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Story Prompt Sunday

story prompt

Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

The city walls crumbled amidst the chaos.

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Story Prompt Sunday

story prompt

Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

The colour of her blood was the least of my worries.

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Story Prompt Sunday

story prompt

Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

She had heard those excuses before.

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Story Prompt Sunday

story prompt

Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

She hadn’t been known as Anne for months.

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Week Four | 2020

It’s the final week of January and I’ve accomplished the following:

  • Written 1003 words across three of my bigger projects.
  • Finished two drabbles

Bring on February, where I hope to up my word count.

Here’s to another week!

Happy writing!

Story Prompt Sunday

story prompt

Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

I always wanted a pet.

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Week Three | 2020

It’s the third week in January and I’m slowly getting into the swing of things.

So, what have I accomplished in the past seven days?

Let’s list it shall we and find out!

  • Written 1029 words across three projects.
  • Finished two short stories.
  • Edited one story.

I’m hoping to push the words in February when the kids go back to school. So, for now I’m happy averaging 1000 a week.

Here’s to another week!

Happy writing!

Story Prompt Sunday

story prompt

Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

She looked up at the stars and smiled.

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Week Two | 2020

It’s a new year and a new challenge.

So, what have I accomplished in the past seven days?

Let’s list it shall we and find out!

  • Received an ACCEPTANCE for a previously published story into Stories of Hope anthology.
  • Written 1100 words across two projects.
  • Written and submitted a poem.
  • Edited 3 short stories.

I realized after I posted last week that I was a long way off my target of 3,500 words but as a friend reminded me tonight… it’s better than no words at all. And you know what? It really is!

Here’s to another week!

Happy writing!

Story Prompt Sunday

story prompt

Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

No one expected an angel to set the world on fire.

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Week One | 2020

It’s a new year and a new challenge.

So, what have I accomplished in the past seven days?

Let’s list it shall we and find out!

  • Received an ACCEPTANCE for my story White As Snow into Twisted Fate vol 1.
  • Written 1506 words across four projects.
  • Submitted a story to the Stories of Hope anthology.

It feels like a slow start to January but given the amount of words written it’s definitely not.

I wonder what next week will bring?

Until then… Happy writing!

Story Prompt Sunday

story prompt

Another Sunday has rolled around again and with it comes another installation of Story Prompt Sunday!

I hope you enjoy today’s opening line…

I have a solution.

And please, if you’re up for it, and it inspires you, share what you’ve written in the comments below!

Nightmares & Bones

With 2020 fast approaching I thought I’d see out 2019 with one last post showcasing two anthologies that have my work within their pages.

The first is Organic Ink 2… AVAILABLE HERE

A poetry anthology weaving words into beautiful prose. 30 authors remind you of your childhood, bring comfort from the hardships of life, fiercely spur emotions, and tell tales of old.
Featuring poetry by Clint Foster, Stacey Jaine McIntosh, Vanessa Bane, Zoey Xolton, Emily Fluckiger, Robert Beveridge, D.S. Durden, Irene Ferraro-Sives, Scott J. Couturier, J.E. Feldman, Theresa Derwin, Rich Rurshell, Mark Kuglin, Amy Ledford, Joshua Lupardus, Stephen Herczeg, Ann Wycoff, Amber M. Simpson, Datura Lily, L.L. Nelson, Beth W. Patterson, Vanessa Caraveo, Caroline Furlong, Rhiannon Bird, Sinister Sweetheart, Susan York, Gabriella Balcolm, Bobbi Sinha-Morey, C.L. Williams, and Jennifer Carr.

I have 10 haikus and 10 poems featuring. They are:

A Life in Motion

Flower Face

Isle of Apples

Loss

Nightmares & Bliss

Oh Cruel Fate

One Last Goodbye

Raven Queen

The Bastard Prince

Wolves Reborn

The second is 100 Word Horrors 4… AVAILABLE HERE

100 Word Horrors 4 brings you over one hundred new drabbles from a wealth of horror authors. Some new, some old, but all great. Each and every one of us hope you have a blast with the final instalment in the series. 

My drabble, Blood & Bone can be found within.

Here’s to even more stories and poetry and publications in 2020.