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

Tales from the Wasteland: Currency Problems

A heavy sigh leaves Marly? for the third time that day as she busies herself pulling dead leaves off lettuce. Courtney and Hector are lugging a large ambiguous animal corpse from the hunter exchange counter to the butchery. A few other food exchange employees busy themselves with other tasks. “Something the matter, Marly?” Courtney is … Continue reading Tales from the Wasteland: Currency Problems

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Fishing Village

A/N: As per usual check out Tim's stuff if you've got time. Prompt: Fishing Village Word Limit: 150 words The boat swayed left to right on the water while Nina stood upright, focused upon keeping the boat from capsizing. There wasn’t much to do, there wasn’t another village for miles and besides the river, there … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Fishing Village

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Never-Ending Eternity

A/N: Happy New Year Everyone! Enjoy this first post for 2017 and don't forget to check out Tim's writing if you have time. Prompt: Never-ending Eternity Word Limit: 300 words There are perks to being a god, looking down from on high at all the mortals. It is a position of great power, but also … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Never-Ending Eternity

Saturday Word of the Day: Heartsease

*Heartsease: peace of mind The heavy fog was draped around the manor like a thick scarf, frost decorating every outer surface. Inside Lulu peered out the windows, hoping to get a glimpse of something other than the fog. As the day went on the fog's embrace did not loosen and the road became less and … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Heartsease

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Safety 

Prompt: Ridiculously specific safety training Word limit:300 words A/N: I won't be sticking to the word limit, this will most likely be much shorter than the word limit.  It was a real pea-souper, thick mist hung over the city of London. Nobody wanted to go outside on that foggy, Monday morning. And yet some people … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Safety 

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Power Outage

A/N: Tim's work Prompt: Power Outage Word Limit: 150 words “This is the literal worst.” Casey states as she floats past Kevin on her unicorn lilo. “Yeah.” Kevin responded. “Ugh, its sooo hot!” Rena’s voice came booming out of the house . “Totally.” Kevin replied, not that she would hear him. “I can’t believe there … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Power Outage

Wednesday Prompt Smash: All Alone

A/N: Tim's work Prompt: All Alone Word Limit: 400 words Darkness, endless darkness, air flowing to nowhere and vision rendered useless. The void was a vast expanse of nothingness just as its name suggested. Dankness, perpetual cold seeping into the skin, no smells or sounds just cold air and endless darkness. Nothing mattered anymore inside … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: All Alone

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Mirror, mirror

A/N: Had a lot of fun with this week's prompt, check out Tim's work: Here. Prompt: “Mirror, Mirror on the wall” Word Limit: 350 words “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” “Why it is none other than you, fair Snow White.” Snow White grinned a wicked Cheshire cat’s grin … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Mirror, mirror

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Premature Party-Jaculation

A/N: Sorry I missed last weeks Wednesday Prompt Smash, I was super distracted and its been hard to get my prompts as I have to wait for Tim to send them to me and he's currently road-tripping around America. Anyway here is this week's piece and if you want to look at Tim's work go … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Premature Party-Jaculation