Wednesday Prompt Smash: Smell after Rain

Prompt: The smell after rain Word Limit: 80 words It’s not a strong odour but it is a familiar one, it’s the type of smell that you find comfort in and that brings to mind refreshing thoughts. I’m not exactly sure how to describe it, the smell after rain, just that it was exactly that … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Smell after Rain

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Wednesday Prompt Smash: Expired milk

A/N: Sorry this is late, just lost track of time yesterday. Prompt: Expired milk Word Limit: 50 words It was lumpy and it smelt acrid, that was the only way Johnny could think to describe the coffee Delilah had made him. Tentatively he sniffed it and stirred a spoon throw the sludgy dark mixture, something … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Expired milk

Wednesday Prompt Smash: God’s Meal

Prompt: God’s meal Word Limit: 75 words The meat of the female Leviathan had been impossibly tough, but still, Theresa was the most skilled angel at cooking and she would not be defeated. She stewed the meat in wine with herbs and vegetables for three days, topping up the liquid in the pot each day. … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: God’s Meal

Saturday Word of the Day: Anthophobia

*Anthophobia: an abnormal fear of flowers. “What are those doing here? Get them out of here immediately!” “Yes, right away ma’am!” “My lord, I’m surrounded by idiots! Don’t you people know that Darvians have no greenery on their planet, ever since the delegation came to Earth it’s become clear they have acute anthophobia!” -END-

Saturday Word of the Day: Regina

A/N: This is going to be a very short post as I’m sick at the moment. *Regina: queen Anna had never expected to become the regina. With five older sisters and one older brother, she’d really never thought the duty would fall to her. Of course, nobody had ever accounted for a plague spreading into … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Regina

Saturday Word of the Day: Snowbird

*Snowbird: a person who vacations in or moves to a warmer climate during cold weather. Danny was a snowbird, or at least he wanted to be. Every winter he’d pack up his bags, hop into his old car and drive to the airport. He didn’t always make it anywhere warm, but he tried. There was … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Snowbird

Saturday Word of the Day: Inculpate

A/N: So things have been hectic and I've missed doing the Saturday Word of the Day quite a bit recently, sorry for that. Hopefully, things will settle down soon and I'll be able to get back to my regular posting habits. *Inculpate: to involve in a charge; incriminate. Ronnie's plan was very simple. Step one … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Inculpate

Saturday Word of the Day: Sashay

*Sashay: to glide, move, or proceed easily or nonchalantly. Everything came easily to Belinda, or at least it appeared to. There was a way about her, a light to her actions. Everyone loved to watch her sashay through the room. No one expected her to be murdered, and certainly not so savagely. There was no … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Sashay

Saturday Word of the Day: Iceblink

*Iceblink: a yellowish luminosity near the horizon or on the underside of a cloud, caused by the reflection of light from sea ice. Lily’s eyes swept across the sky, tracing the iceblink. There was a subtle beauty in how peaceful it all seemed, in how the sky seemed unfazed by the new world. “Brr,” a … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Iceblink