A/N: Whoops, this is a bit late. Prompt: Inconvenient Weather Word Limit: 80 words It’s one thing when it rains on a day where you have nothing planned. However, it is another thing entirely when it unexpectedly rains on laundry day. “Bugger, Bugger, Bugger!” Louise yells as she dashes to the clothesline. “Darn it all!” … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Inconvenient Weather
*Flakelet: a small flake, as of snow. There was a crisp breeze in the air as June stepped onto the porch, it wouldn't be long now till her father came home. No, it wouldn't be long now till they all gathered together for warmth, the winter was coming. As if to prove her right a … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Flakelet
*Doodlesack: a bagpipe. "Do you play any instruments?" "Why yes, I do." "What do you play?" "The doodlesack." -END- A/N: For those not following me on Facebook, I'm excited to let you know that my ebook is FREE on Amazon this weekend.
*Pseud: a person of fatuously earnest intellectual, artistic, or social pretensions. It irked Mira to no end when people accused her of being a pseud. So what if she was overzealous in her ambitions and love of art? No, it was tiresome to constantly rebuke people's claims that she was a pseud. -END- A/N: Just … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Pseud
*Whoop-de-do: lively and noisy festivities; merrymaking. It was a classic New Year’s Eve, the club was packed and the music thumping. The classic whoop-de-do had begun. Then the countdown begun; 10, 9, 8… 3, 2, 1! In the moment when the year changed over, that’s when it happened. A shockwave shook the building and the … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Whoop-de-do
Prompt: Christmas is Word Limit: 15 words Christmas is family, spending time with those important to us. Word Count: 10 words A/N: If you haven’t checked it out already, I’ve released a collection of short stories.
A/N: Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone! *Blithesome: light-hearted; merry; cheerful What better time of year to be blithesome, than December? What better time of year to come together with family and forget your worries? December can be a magical month, filled with cheer and love… Or it can be a harrowing month, cold and … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Blithesome
*Apopemptic: pertaining to leave-taking or departing; valedictory. "I'm supposed to give some sort of Apopemptic address at graduation, but I'm not even sure what the correct way to use the word Apopemptic is." Tracy bemoaned while her roommate prepared dinner. "Don't sweat it, I'm pretty sure it just means you need to give a kind … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Apopemptic
A/N: I’ve got some exciting news to share with you all, but not just yet, keep your eyes on the blog for further information soon. *Pervious: open or accessible to reason, feeling, argument, etc. Everyone, everything, is pervious to something whether they know it or not. -END-
*Literatim: letter-for-letter; literally. When you write out your thoughts, try to avoid writing literatim. You never know who might end up reading your words. -END-