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Sunday Writing Prompt – 14February – A story of Love

 Our life was a story of love. Up until the present, it had been reciprocated. Today I presented Joyce with a rose. She wanted to know the occasion. “I said,” it’s Valentine’s day. “Is it?” She replied. “Yes, and this … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #314 – Lotion – February 11th

 She thought his gift was odd. Then again, it wasn’t the first time. It was a plain bottle with a small sticker on the back. “Use sparingly on infected parts. Don’t be greedy.” Which bits of me was the sticker … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt – Ginger – 7th February

There was great excitement when mum announced that our cousin Ginger was coming to stay. Double the excitement from me as she was my age and in our family with me being the youngest having a play companion was a … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #117 – Crisp Going Missing

 After several days of my aged companion, Crisp, going missing, I found her at the passenger terminal. “I’m going home,” she announced when I asked her what she had been doing. “Where’s home?” I asked, knowing she’d sold up everything … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #313 – Finding Something Forgotten – February 4th

 It was love he found. For so long forgotten, a fantasy from the past. Life had taught him harsh lessons. The idealism of youth, long beaten from him. He’d wandered aimlessly, Attempts to connect with others Spurned. He accepted being … Continue reading

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Special Collection Flash Fiction Challenge

January 28, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about life as a river of consciousness. Think about the possibilities of the prompt. Go where the prompt leads! When he fell in I was intrigued … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #312 – Making Sense of Nonsense – January28th

At the recent Grimster’s Convention it was agreed that lanmiters would no longer be allowed.  It was a sad day for many. Since time began, lanmiters had been part of the Grimster’s lifestyle. No one liked change, and for the … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt – Driving – 24th January

Driving was a sort of reoccurring theme in our house. Mum constantly told us we were driving her up the wall when our behaviours got too much for her. Which was more than we realised. Dad had long argued that … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver/Fairy Tale – #311 – How To Be A Prince Charming – January 21st

Roger was awoken from his mid-morning nap by the return of his mother. “Roger,” she called. “I’m just back from the village, and you wouldn’t believe what’s in the village pamphlet this week.” Whatever it was, Roger wasn’t interested as … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt – Two Minds at Loggerheads – January 17

I was going to say it all started with the Tupperware cupboard, but in reality, it had always been about the Tupperware cupboard. Everybody back then had Tupperware. We had a lot of it, and the issue was knowing where … Continue reading

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