Saturday Word of the Day: Tattersall

*Tattersall: a pattern of squares formed by coloured crossbars on a solid-colour, usually light background. “I love all these tattersall clothes you have!” Decreed Becky, as she browsed through my wardrobe. “Thanks,” I replied, wondering just when she would leave. “Can I borrow this one?” She held one of my favourite dresses in her clutches. [...]


Wednesday Prompt Smash: The Warriors Of Cheese

A/N: I had Dungeons & Dragons on the brain while writing this, which is nice because my friend Tim who gives me these prompts also introduced me to Dungeons & Dragons. Prompt: The Warriors of Cheese Word Limit: 250 words “’We’re under attack!’ Cries General Gumball, ‘It’s the Warriors of Cheese!’ You look over the [...]

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Minor Technicality

Prompt: Minor Technicality Word Limit: 240 words “Whoo! Yes, I am GRADUATING!” Whoohoo, yeah!” Killian woops with joy, as she runs down the dormitory hall. “Only because of a minor technicality.” George trails behind her. “Minor-schminer, who cares if it’s a technicality? I’m GRADUATING!” retorts Killian, not even bothering to turn around. “Yeah, George, who [...]

Saturday Word of the Day: Antediluvian

*Antediluvian: very old, old fashioned, or out of date; antiquated. "My parents are so antediluvian." Marge rolled her eyes as she tried to explain to her friends why she couldn't host the slumber party. "The word antediluvian is antediluvian, not that i even know what that word means." Her bff Casey responded. "It means old [...]

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Werewolf roadtrip

A/N: So this week’s prompt smash is late because I was in Adelaide visiting family and I didn’t take my laptop with me. As per usual if you want to check out Tim’s stuff go here: Prompt: Werewolves on a road trip Word Limit: 500 words Mica was propping open the van’s hood with [...]

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Completely Lost

A/N: Per normal you can find Tim's work at Prompt: Completely Lost Word count: 150 words “I can’t believe it, we’re lost. And here I thought only men refused to ask directions,” “We are not lost Katy, now just simmer down while I read this map.” “We’re completely lost Abigail, completely lost. There’s no signage [...]