A selection of my favourite blogs, short stories and flash fictions, curated just for you!
Social Media is great, but it can get overwhelming at times. Here’s my thoughts on using it, and some advice on what might help you using it too. … More What I love and hate about social media (and my advice on using it)
Why everyone should read a fantasy book at least once in their lives. … More Why you should try the fantasy genre (at least once)
The old buildings crumble with time, leaving nothing but dust. It’s a reminder that things change. Buildings falls. Legacies are erased. Your name will not be known in the future. And that’s okay.
March and April have been busy months. It’s springtime, so everything is growing and changing in the garden, the sun is rising up earlier (God does that make the drive to work easier), and there is just a feeling of newness in the air that is not felt in any other month. I love springtime … More Learnings from my Travels (April Update)
Heni pulled the cloth over her face, wincing as the chemicals pulled off the makeup that had stained her face all day. She was used to the sting now, the scar tissue was always more sensitive than the un-scarred skin. She washed the cloth under the tap, before applying more lotion to the cloth and … More Teacup Story – Scars
[100 Words is a story in 100 words or less, based off the word in the title.] Nela groaned. “It’s going to hurt,” Dr Relch said, giving Nela a not-very-sympathetic-look, “you got bitten by a Begral after all.” Nela groaned again. It was too light, her head ached, the pounding inside her skull wouldn’t go … More 100 Words – Headache
Oela – Yela searched the site of her ancestral home, hoping to find answers before the oncoming storm of Colonists arrived in the Quadrant. What she found, however, was something she wasn’t expecting (Genre – Sci Fi, Genre – Fantasy, Rating – 12) (Picture Credit – Sweetie187, Flickr) When Yela held up her flare above her head, … More Short Story – Oela
Ghosts – Raela fights the undead deep within the caves below the earth. (Genre – Fantasy, Genre – Action, Rating – 12) The first ghost was an easy hit as it rounded the top of the staircase. Raela loosed the arrow and began searching for the second ghost that she could sense was lurking round the … More Teacup Story – Ghosts
Starlight – Even starlight dies. (Genre – General , Rating – PG) The stars shine. They have shined for millennia. They shine across the emptiness of space, where no sound can travel, a silent marker to enable humanity to describe the universe.
Teacup story – a story short enough to fit into a teacup. Breakfast at the Bakery – Emi went to Mistress Ijo’s bakery in the hope of some work, and maybe even a piece of bread. – (Genre – General, Genre – Fantasy, Rating – PG) Emi peered into the bakers, her stomach growling. The window was … More Teacup story – Breakfast at the Bakery