Wednesday Prompt Smash: Is It Safe?

Prompt: ‘Is it safe?’ Word Limit: 150 words Everything was quiet, no more explosions could be heard above. Yet the silence seemed more terrifying, after days of hearing only the cacophony of battle. In the bunker the people shivered, it was so cold, there was no heating, but they dared not leave. Then there was [...]


Wednesday Prompt Smash: Preclusive Purchasing

Prompt: Preclusive Purchasing Word Limit: 200 words A/N: Whoops this is late, if you don’t know what Preclusive Purchasing is check out the Wikipedia entry here. And don’t forget to check out Tim’s work over at Flights of Fantasy. The Imperial Army’s stock warehouse was filled to capacity, fit to burst at any time. There [...]

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Bean Bag Rounds

A/N: A little late with this one. Don't forget to check out Tim's writing over on Prompt: Beanbag rounds Word Limit: 300 words There are a few things that you become thankful for in a rebellion, a zombie rebellion that isn’t really a zombie rebellion when they technically aren’t after your brains but are just [...]

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Battered old photograph

A/N: Tim's work Prompt: Battered old photograph Word Limit: 500 words Elise was an old woman, getting near 90 years of age; she had wrinkles and frown lines. Her long white hair was rather thin and waspy, and her smile was extremely crooked. She had lived a long life, not a particularly good one she [...]

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Rainbow War

A/N: It’s that time of the week again, Wednesday prompt smash is a project between my co-worker/friend Tim and I, you can read more about it on my Projects page. For Tim’s work check out Prompt: The King of the Rainbow Kingdom declared war yesterday Word Limit: 750 words All were a buzz in [...]

Wednesday Prompt Smash: WWII Tank Breaks Down

A/N: My friend Tim's writing blog can be found here:  Tim and I both came up with the idea of Wednesday Prompt Smash and his entries can be found on the linked blog. Without further ado the story. Prompt: WW2 Tank Breaks Down Word Limit: 750 It was the start of winter, 1942. We were [...]