Hazel eyes fly open as the screaming of the digital alarm clock filters through her dark brown locks and into her ears. Madge sits up straight and desperately try to establish where she is. She is not a morning person. Where else would she be anyway? She is forty-six and divorced, it’s not like she’ll […]Read More Felix vs Madge; This is War
He looked at me with a shadow in his eyes. The reflection of the moonlight on the tree tops was visible on his face. He seemed different. He looked different.
He smiled and shook his head.Read More FLASH FICTION CHALLENGE: INSPIRED BY INSPIROBOT!
Let’s talk about plastic… Hannah McNeely started this challenge on her YouTube channel and I thought it would be a great idea to give it a go! It will be so much fun if you joined me! What do you say? I will be starting this challenge on Friday 21 July 2017 and will end […]Read More The Plastic Tally Challenge
The phone rings and mom runs downstairs to get it. Pretty early, must be family. I wait for her to call me, instead she comes upstairs and looks a little pale.Read More Flash Fiction: There is no exit
You promised me the monsters were just treesRead More Two Paper Airplanes
“Going through a break-up and then listening to brides complain is not easy you know Rufus. It takes someone with character and drive and I am that someone” she says while pointing a finger to her chest.Read More I Shouldn’t Have Swiped Right [Flash Fiction]