Saturday Word of the Day: Prima facie

*Prima facie: plain or clear; self-evident; obvious. It was going to be a long day, Judy could tell as soon as she entered the office. Bruce and Colleen were locked in an argument over some trivial thing, though it was prima facie they just wanted an excuse to be mad at each other. Yes, it … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Prima facie

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Wednesday Prompt Smash: Lost in Time

A/N: Don't forget to check out Tim's writing. Prompt: Lost in Time Word Limit: 250 words “Where are we now?” Gribbald had been against time hopping from the day the invention was introduced, and that hadn’t changed now that his sister Lusha had forced him into partaking in a trial. “It says 2341,” There was … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Lost in Time

Wednesday Prompt Smash: The Bug War

A/N: Tried a different take for this one, if it's not obvious the story is from an Ant's perspective. Check out Tim's work here. Prompt: The Bug War Word Limit: 242 words Elena was scared, the raids had been going on for weeks now. The tunnel systems were being flooded, trapping workers. And food rations … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: The Bug War

Saturday Word of the Day: Stanchless

*Stanchless: Incessant: a stanchless torrent of words. Cindy had a habit of rambling when she was anxious, a habit that frankly, Richard didn’t care for. Her stanchless droning was ever so irksome and he considered it a mystery how he had lived with it for so long before moving out. The two siblings were as … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Stanchless

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Yak Farmer

A/N: I missed doing my LIVE session on Facebook today due to some technical issues. However, I am not missing posting the prompt smash for this week. Prompt: Yak Farmer Word Limit: 100 words Wilson had only ever wanted a few things in his life. A comfortable home, a warm and loving family, a good book … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Yak Farmer

Saturday Word of the Day: Objurgate

A/N: This is a little late but Happy Lunar New Year everyone! To ring in the Year of the Dog, I thought I’d make today’s word of the day post dog related. *Objurgate: to reproach or denounce vehemently. Molly pulls at the leash, she swerves left and right. Her chubby body is actually full of … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Objurgate

Wednesday Prompt Smash: But it’s tradition

Prompt: But it’s tradition Word Limit: 250 words Sometimes you have a bad mental health day, sometimes you just lose your grip on reality and that’s it. Some days you just don’t feel like checking in to life, and it just doesn’t matter what day it is. For Abigail that wasn’t often, she was for … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: But it’s tradition

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Knitted Beanie

A/N: Tim’s being nice and keeping the word limits for my prompts low while I work away on my NaNoWriMo project. Prompt: Knitted Beanie Word Limit: 30 Words Stitch by stitch, red yarn and blue. It takes time and love to knit the perfect gift, but it’ll be worth it to see their face light … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Knitted Beanie

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Dusty

A/N: Check out Tim if you have time. Prompt: Dusty Word Limit: 200 words “Whoosh” a cloud of dust wafted off the leather binding as Alexandra blew upon it, her fingers softly caressed the cover as they pushed the dirt from obscuring the title. In thick cursive script, she could now make out the words … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Dusty