Friday Fictioneers – The Lake

  PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot Rochelle Wisoff-Fields-Addicted to Purple hosts the flash fiction challenge called Friday Fictioneers! Take the challenge to write a piece of flash fiction in 100 words using the weekly picture prompt.   At sunset, the red sky reflects, as ripples form across the water. The movement, as people jump in, disturbs its stillness. The reflection from the boat, casts shadows and creates a gloom over the pretty lake. I’ve been coming here since a little girl with Jen. I reminisce about the fun afternoons as we walked Penny… Read More

Flash Fiction – The Stranger

  The feeling of unease is intense as I walk along hiding in the shadows of trees. The noise is there just behind me beating amongst the rain as it pelts hard against my skin. Footsteps, gaining on me, getting louder and echoing in my mind causing panic as I imagine the terror the other girls have felt before me. Forgetting my umbrella was the first mistake I made as I left in a rush. The second mistake was leaving my phone. The phone that right now could save me from the… Read More

Camp NaNoWriMo

  What is Camp NaNoWriMo?   July brings up Camp NaNoWriMo, a month of scheduled writing to reach targets we set on any writing projects we may have. If you have never heard of NaNoWriMo before I will tell you what it is but first does any of the following points resound for you? You are halfway through a current novel and stuck for ideas? You lack inspiration and haven’t got the energy to get back into the writing zone? You procrastinate thinking of ideas but don’t do anything other than think?… Read More

NaNoWriMo | Halfway There!

This month has been a challenge, to say the least. With my novel slowly taking shape and new plot twists are in abundance, I’ve realised how very unprepared I was for this month. The plan I had in place for what I would write was probably a waste of time as all the planning, plots and research I did have been abandoned as my characters have totally changed the route of the story. Where my main character was a good girl, she no longer is. She isn’t the little good girl I… Read More