Saturday Word of the Day: Quondam

*Quondam: former; one-time. There he was, just sitting there with that smug grin on his face. That sickening smugness made me wish I could just suffocate him, watch his skin pale and his eyes bulge and be done with him forever. Of course I couldn't do that, that would be illegal... Not to mention we … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Quondam

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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

Saturday Word of the Day: Valedicton

*Valediction: an act of bidding farwell or taking leave Faking an emotional valediction isn't hard. At least it wasn't hard for Stan. With a job that had him moving frequently it was easier to part from relationships with valediction, it was easier to move from partner to partner without getting caught. -END- A/N: just a … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Valedicton

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Angered a Gypsy

A/N: I'd like to note this may not be an accurate depiction of gypsies or their culture, I just did some very short research for this week's topic- this is in no way meant to be disrespectful to those of the Romani culture but I am deeply sorry if it is offensive. As per usual … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Angered a Gypsy

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Just like the stories foretold

A/N: Tim's stuff Prompt: Just like the stories foretold Word Limit: 500 words It was all rather unnerving, nobody likes knowing their fate especially not when they are without a doubt certain that the fate they have been told cannot be correct. “Look again seer, that can’t be right.” Protested the young Princess Amariy, “It … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Just like the stories foretold

Saturday Word of the Day: Troth

*Troth:  one's word or promise Lucy circled him, he would be hers- nevermind his engagement to her sister. It didn't take long to corner him, alone in the kitchen, the door locked to keep pesky intruders out. Slowly she strides towards him, her right palm caresses his face and she blows softly against his ear. … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Troth

Saturday Word of the Day: Crapulous

*Crapulous: Given to or characterised by gross excess in drinking or eating Humphrey was known for his crapulous lifestyle. The bar keeper in the village was always happy to see him because he had money, and his wife was happy as he barely noticed when she was gone off with her lover. - END - … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Crapulous