That’s right, it’s me. It’s another cold and the cough has returned. I wasn’t up to going in this morning; my anxiety was playing up as well. I really didn’t want to go to Lincoln for the day but I forced myself to get the bus to Grimsby and then get the train from there.Continue reading “Uni week 4: Guess who’s sick!”
Hello, it’s been a while since I inflicted my story telling abilities on you, my dear readers, but today I found a marvellous prompt on todaysauthor.com’s Write Now post. http://todaysauthor.com/2016/02/09/write-now-prompt-for-february-9-2016/ This is my at least five minutes of writing. Once I’m finished I’m going back to the novel, book two. I finished the first draft ofContinue reading “Short story: The Dress”
I don’t often do the writing challenges from the WordPress Daily Post but I saw this one and felt the need. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/24/writing-challenge-object/#more-69275
For today’s exercise I’ve chosen another photo prompt. This one is called ‘The Journey’ and shows the view out of a car window. In addition there is the question what’s ahead and how does it relate to the morning news.
I’m back! After feeling particularly awful for a couple of days and pretty much incapable of writing anything creative, I’m feeling almost human again.
Good evening, I’m not feeling fantastic but I’m willing to give today’s exercise a go. Today’s is a game of Scrabble Fiction. Using all the words on the Scrabble board pictured in the book I have to write a story. This may take some time.
“Watch out for those hairy spider things; they’ll take your eyes out.”
I finished it! I finished it!
After ignoring my short story collection for the best part of the month I’ve finally taken a look with fresh eyes at the short stories I wrote in the last year.
Wow, it’s taken a few months but my second draft – otherwise known as getting it all typed up – of my short story collection is finally finished!