Monthly Archives: May 2020

Reena’s Exploration Challenge #137 – Writer’s Reality

When I sit down to write so often there is an idea in my head to explore and elaborate on. It’s also the reason why sometimes I don’t write. There can be days where I have nothing to say in … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #81 Crisp On the River.

My aged companion, Crisp, and I were standing by the canal that meandered its way through the village. “When I was sixteen I went on a ‘romantic’ date with Toby Felch, our towns heart-throb. We went rowing, and as we … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #277 – Reading – 28th May

As Grandad aged it became obvious to us that his love of reading was beginning to fade. It wasn’t he grew sick of reading but rather his eyesight was not getting any better and he struggled to stay awake when … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #317 – Joan’s Grandad

Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com When Joan was little she knew she loved her Grandad. She also knew he loved her. He had a habit of showing up at her place carrying a shopping bag within which he hid something … Continue reading

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What do you see # 31 -25 May 2020 – A Dark and Foggy Night.

“There’s a light, over at the Frankenstein place” funny how I thought that as I trudged up the path towards the old house seeking help in the middle of the night. It sucks breaking down on a country road miles … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Painted #writephoto – Crossing the Bridge.

Mum had always said not to go beyond the bridge. Walk anywhere we wanted but don’t cross the bridge. When we asked her why she’d say there were something’s better not known and certainly not explained. So we grew up … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “Uncontrollable Nonsense”

It all came as such a surprise when he was notified that he had won. What was remarkable was he couldn’t remember entering the contest. He looked it up. “Write your thoughts on the notion that most creative thought is … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #276 – Books -21st May

He was surrounded by books of every type. Waiting patiently for him to finish one then select his next foray into escapism. That’s the beauty of books, there doesn’t seem to be any end of them, and each one the … Continue reading

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Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #66 – Arthur Durgs.

Each morning when Arthur Durgs rose from his bed, his first thought was what he might write about that day. He marvelled at the word processor he now possessed thanks to the generosity of his son Paul. Now that he … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #80 – Crisp’s School Days.

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