Wednesday Prompt Smash: Stolen Fruit

A/N: I’m very sorry to have missed writing last week’s Wednesday Prompt Smash piece, but I had to take some time for self-care away from my writing. Prompt: Stolen Fruit Word Limit: 170 words The apple hanged gingerly from the tree, it looked almost as if a small breeze could send it tumbling loose. Eve … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Stolen Fruit

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Troll Butter

A/N: Had a lot of fun with this prompt, and did a little folklore research for it too. Check out Tim's work over here. Prompt: Troll Butter Word Limit: 150 words “Pew, what is that?” Dalia held her nose in disgust as a foul odour seeped from the fridge. “Ah, that’d be the troll butter. … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Troll Butter

Wednesday Prompt Smash: The Unknowable

A/N: So sorry for missing this Saturday’s Word of the Day post! Spent the whole day volunteering for the Abbey Museum’s open day and was absolutely exhausted afterwards (but it was worth it because I had a lovely time). Prompt: The Unknowable Word Limit: 150 words There were many Gods in the lands of Argoth, … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: The Unknowable

Wednesday Prompt Smash: The Wise One

A/N: My apologies for missing the Saturday Word of the Day last week, I was having some technical issues. Remember if you have time to check out Tim's writing. Prompt: The Wise One Word Limit: 150 Words In the pantheon of gods, they all had their own titles, names that were whispered by the people … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: The Wise One

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Hands of Fate

Prompt: Hands of Fate Word Limit: 300 words Mortals are all guided by fate, every movement and choice they make are a careful calculation that solidifies the path outlined for them. Though even those that believe in fates guidance aren’t privy to the goddess’ working, she is eternally busy and terribly devoted. She sees the … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Hands of Fate

Wednesday Prompt Smash: My Inheritence

Prompt: My Inheritance Word Limit: 250 words Olympia Oramaia cried when her mother died, she cried for days on end. And then when the time for grieving was over she donned her decorative armour and marched to the grand hall. There was a meeting of the council; gods, veterans and oracles. When Olympia walked into … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: My Inheritence

Saturday Word of the Day: Laterigrade

*Laterigrade: having a sideways manner of moving, as a crab. “Now children gather round it’s time for surface lessons, pay close attention as you’ll need to know all of this to pass the test. And you all know what happens if you don’t pass the test.” “We don’t get to visit the surface.” “That’s right … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Laterigrade

Wolves in Human Clothing 

The village was quiet, it was a pleasant evening. There was a nice, cool breeze and the moon was high above illuminating the sky. It hadn't been an easy place to find but Lisa was happy to have made it. She was a little perplexed how everything was closed early, more astonished to find nobody … Continue reading Wolves in Human Clothing 

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Shipwrecked

A/N: Went a little over the word limit today, this was fun to whip up. As per usual please check out my friend Tim's work. Prompt: Shipwrecked Word Limit: 300 words Blue waves slowly lapped at the sand, crabs scuttled along the fine granules and overhead seagulls cawed. The human lay still on the ground, … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Shipwrecked

Saturday Word of Day: Limacine

*Limacine: pertaining to or resembling a slug; sluglike. The lower class faeries were surprisingly limacine. All of the texts Lindy had read had been rather misleading, or rather misinformed. Winged fae were viewed as a kind of nobility and the fae that had inspired folklore of elves were in fact royalty.  In the court of … Continue reading Saturday Word of Day: Limacine