Monthly Archives: July 2019

Reena’s Exploration Challenge #97 – Quotes.

PROMPT This week, we will play around with quotes – preferably around writing, creativity OR writer’s block If you have a brilliant thought about something else, you are most welcome to share it in the form of a quote. I … Continue reading

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Finish the Story — Island Getaway – Part 8

Fandango at https://fivedotoh.com, tagged me for the latest Finish the Story prompt from Teresa at The Haunted Wordsmith. Teresa gave us the image above (from by enriquelopezgarre at Pixabay) and started us off with this: As soon as Liam read the … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Aflame #writephoto – Another Stinker.

The evening sky was aflame with the promise of another stinker. Word spread quickly: “Stinker, stinker, stinker,” was the call and worried looks were exchanged, coping plans were discussed and all round there was the feeling of dread at yet … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #233 – July 25th – Darling

She wished she could have said it was across a crowded dance floor, but it was alongside a noisy netball court she had first seen him. “Darling,” she had said on more than one occasion, “I saw you with your … Continue reading

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100 Word Wednesday: Week 130 – Crabs

It was as a huge crisis within the crab industry. The crabs were dying, dropping like flies and the culprit was climate change. For years the water temperature within the lake had been rising making it impossible for many species … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner: Week #30 – At Five Past Four.

Four o’clock was the hour they had awaited. It was the time everything would end. As the hour approached, there was panic as people tried all sorts of ways to stop the inevitable. Some dug shelters, stocked them with food … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #37 A Day at the Beach.

My aged companion, Crisp, decided we needed a day of rest and relaxation. The nearest beach and was at the end of the Number 73 Bus route. After a brief stop at the local pharmacy, we headed off with enough … Continue reading

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