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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #53 – Crisp meets the Pirates.

“Do you think they are safe?” My aged companion Crisp asked as we surveyed the boats moored ready for our day’s adventure. “I’m sure they are,” I replied, “we are only going along the canal, so there won’t be too … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge # 289 – Twin Tits

Image: Jonas Peterson The folks living on Twin Tits were a funny mob. On one side were the Howes, (to the left of the photo) and to the right lived the Wherefores. The Howes were a multi-generational family having taken … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “Interrogation”

“Come on Knuckles stop beating around the bush, you did it, you know you did it, we all know you did it.” “It wasn’t me. I was at home in bed with a beautiful woman.” “Come on Knuckles don’t try … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #52 – Crisp’s Field of Dreams

“The Field of Dreams,” said Crisp my aged companion as we sat at breakfast. “Mary Mixingbowl, medieval witch, set up the field for young lovers. How quaint.” She put down the brochure and looked into the distance, which was nothing … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #248 – At the Bottom of the Garden – 7th November

There wasn’t much happening at the bottom of the garden. It was a normal day with normal things happening. The insects were doing what they do best, being insects and the fairies, long-time residents were doing what they did best, … Continue reading

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October 31: Flash Fiction Challenge – April 31st.

October 31, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about the Day of the Dead. It can be the Mexican holiday, a modern adaptation of it, a similar remembrance, or something entirely new. Go where … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #51 – Crisp and the Spider

Crisp my aged companion was fascinated by the sign suggesting the world’s biggest spiders web. “You realise,” I said, “a huge web means a huge spider.” “Don’t be so silly,” she said. Just at that minute, Crisp felt a hairy … Continue reading

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