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WRITESPIRATION #125 52 WEEKS IN 52 WORDS WEEK 30 – Pie

Sacha’s #Writespiration prompt this week is Pie Mum made a tasty apple pie. She set it on the window ledge. The aromas were teasing. Every beast for miles came to investigate and claim the pie as their own. Mum sat … Continue reading

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Manic Monday #2 Challenge – Imagine

Image: Google Images Labelled for re-use. Imagine if he’d lived, that some lunatic hadn’t wanted a moment of fame. Imagine if he’d lived and the world had become as one. It’s true it was all just a dream, but without … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #125: of the writerly persuasion 22.06.17 – Anyone Can Be A Writer

This week’s task: Weave a tale about a writer (real or fictional). Carstairs awoke in a cold sweat. In his mind, the word epiphany bounced from side to side. “I know what I’m to do with my life,” he heard … Continue reading

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June 15: Flash Fiction Challenge – The Dawn of an Ending

June 15, 2017 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that symbolically, mythically, mystically, or realistically involves dawn, as a noun or verb. Write about the dawn of time or the time of dawn, or the … Continue reading

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Writing Prompt #209 “It’s All in the Title” The Haunting of Cora Applebaum – Prequel

Cora Applebaum arrived home to great excitement within the family. Her parents had been successful in buying the house on Dyson Street and it meant a room for her. Sharing with your sister was no fun she had come to … Continue reading

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SoCS May 20/17 – All or Nothing

“I have been absent so today is an all or nothing exercise. Can I put a logical word or two down, can you forgive me for my tardiness?” The letter was written in his rough handwriting, the sort that suggested … Continue reading

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TELL ME A TALE IN 120 WORDS – My Earliest Memories

May 4  Today’s prompt is:  Your earliest memory It’s all snippets of memory. My young brother aged about three going missing and finding him hours later in bed asleep after mum had everyone in the street looking for him. Being … Continue reading

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