I spent a long time debating what to title this blog. “A World in Chaos”. “A World in Panic”. “A World gone mad”. But I decided to go with “A World, Changed”. Because yes, the spread of Corvid-19 is creating a situation unprecedented in the modern world. Quarantine. Social Distancing. Shops and spaces closing down. … More A World, Changed (March Update)
It is the loss of an expectation, the loss of a hope, that crushes the happier part of your soul. … More Flash Fiction – Disappointment (From the Archives)
Leaneé kicked her heels on the edge of the wall, watching the city rumble below her. Night was already falling over the City of Katrough, taking with it the warm red of the day sky and replacing it with the gentle purple hue of the night sky. Against the city lights below, Leaneé couldn’t see … More Flash Fiction – Futility of Wishes (A Teacup Story)
[100 Words – a short story based on one word in 100 words or less] It’s not real, not yet. It’s a wish. A desire. A hope. Maybe a smile. Maybe a hidden glance. You want it to be real. You hope it will be. You just have to take a leap.
[100 Words – a short story on the word in the title based on 100 words or less] Beginnings. Starting afresh. The joy of the unknown. The possibility of an uncharted journey. But also the fear. The doubt. The worry that it won’t work out. The worry that you should stick with what you know. … More 100 Words – New
Not every story has to be long to say what it needs to say. (Rating -PG, Genre – General, Genre -flash fiction) Image Credit – Kim MyoungSung, Flickr
Imagine a Garden – Casey wrote in her diary to soothe her thoughts, and to give herself some hope. (Genre – General, Genre – PG) Sadness finds me in the quiet moments. Casey, you ask, how do you know that? Well, you don’t ask that, but I know that it’s what people would say, if they could. … More Teacup Story – Imagine a Garden