Hey everyone! Just found out about the Monday Motivations challenge from the esthernewtonblog. You write a flash fiction piece of between 50-100 words which includes an assigned line. This week’s is “It was over.” Fun, right? A chance to flex your fiction muscle. Go check it out if you want to play! Here’s my entry: […]Read More Monday Motivations Challenge: It was over
Today marks my first entry in the Limerick Poetry Challenge at Mind and Life Matters! I’m hoping I follow her rules correctly. We’re supposed to write limericks containing a weekly theme word, and this week’s is “whisper.” So without further ado: She spoke to her Love in a whisper Of her pain at the ways he […]Read More Limerick Poetry Challenge: Whisper
Come on over and participate in the Six Word Story Challenge at Sometimes Stellar Storyteller! It’s lots of fun and anyone can play. This week’s theme is anticipation. I threw in two entries (you’re allowed to do that!). They were: He said, “Special dinner. Dress nice.” You and I need to talk. Kind of opposite scenarios, […]Read More Six Word Story Challenge: Anticipation
“Him or me: I picked me.” This my entry for this week’s Six Word Story Challenge at Sometimes Stellar Storyteller. The theme was double-cross, so intriguing! A six word limit is rough, so it’s quite a challenge. I had so many ideas that would fit seven words… It’s funny what a difference a word can […]Read More Six Word Story Challenge: Double-Cross
Woo hoo, I won second place in the the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller Six Word Story Challenge! The theme was pleasure, and my entry was “Pleasure reminds us what suffering forgot.” Thank you to everyone who voted for me, and congratulations to Hayley with her winning entry: “Following cast removal, blissful scratching begins.” I get to display […]Read More Won Second Place in the Six Word Story Challenge!
“Soul pricing: now a buyer’s market” This was my entry for this week’s Six Word Story Challenge at Sometimes Stellar Storyteller. These writing challenges are so fun and anyone can participate. Why don’t you come play too? 🙂Read More Six Word Story Challenge: Failure