Killing Time

Considering the current times we are living in you can probably guess what this blog post is about. Personally, working from home and spending most of my time in social isolation isn't a big change; I'm a freelance journalist and fiction writer. When I’m not writing most of my time is spent caring for my … Continue reading Killing Time

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Super Awkward

Prompt: Super Awkward Word Limit: 80 words Well, this wasn’t going to be easy to explain. Somehow, with an amalgamation of bad luck and uncanny coincidences, Matthew had wound up stuck. His left foot was tangled in a mess of fishing wire, and his hand was trapped in a tool chest, he didn’t dare move … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Super Awkward

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Demon Wedding

Prompt: Demon Wedding Word Limit: 333 words Kira couldn’t remember a time when the demon lands had looked so beautiful, Lilies of the valley bloomed along the pathway with the accompaniment of Daphne shrubs. The fields were filled with vibrant blues and purples from the flowering Aconitum and Autumn Crocus. A sweet-scented perfume carried on … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Demon Wedding

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Death by mermaid

Prompt: Death by mermaid Word Limit: 200 words She was so beautiful. Her deep green hair flowing around her as she floated on the surface limply, it was simply entrancing. Music drifted on the harsh sea breeze, calling Johnny to her. What was he supposed to do? Just leave her out there, exposed to the … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Death by mermaid

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Frozen Lake

Prompt: Frozen Lake Word Limit: 200 words This was a nightmare, Greta decided. She could feel the cold seeping into her bones but refused to open her eyes, if she could just ignore it for long enough perhaps it would all go away. Even as she tried to shut it all out the soft cracking … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Frozen Lake

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Broken Chains

Prompt: Broken Chains Word Limit: 250 words The screams Dahlia had decided were the worst part about her work. Their high octave, ear piercing shrillness that never seemed to dissipate was far more frustrating than even her deplorable assistant’s clumsiness. And it was constant. Her only relief was when the evening shift came around and … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Broken Chains

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Smell after Rain

Prompt: The smell after rain Word Limit: 80 words It’s not a strong odour but it is a familiar one, it’s the type of smell that you find comfort in and that brings to mind refreshing thoughts. I’m not exactly sure how to describe it, the smell after rain, just that it was exactly that … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Smell after Rain

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Expired milk

A/N: Sorry this is late, just lost track of time yesterday. Prompt: Expired milk Word Limit: 50 words It was lumpy and it smelt acrid, that was the only way Johnny could think to describe the coffee Delilah had made him. Tentatively he sniffed it and stirred a spoon throw the sludgy dark mixture, something … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Expired milk

Wednesday Prompt Smash: God’s Meal

Prompt: God’s meal Word Limit: 75 words The meat of the female Leviathan had been impossibly tough, but still, Theresa was the most skilled angel at cooking and she would not be defeated. She stewed the meat in wine with herbs and vegetables for three days, topping up the liquid in the pot each day. … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: God’s Meal