For centuries it had been frozen in time and in structure. Hidden from civilisation beneath the cold ice; covered in layers of bone chilling snow. Its weapon harmless. Unable to kill. A frozen assassin. Global warming slowly changed the killer. Like a hibernating bear, the deadly bacteria stretched and yawned back to life. Slowly… Continue reading Deadly Destination
‘I love you!’ Charlene longed to hear those three words, but after nine months of going out with Mark, she was still waiting. She loved Mark, and many times she had almost blurted the words out. But she worried he would freak out and run. So many had in the past. Mark had been single… Continue reading Three Little Words
Today’s positive…feel good about the short story I wrote today for our writers group anthology. Still have another month to tinker and polish it to final draft before submission. But happy with today’s effort.
Today’s positive…watching the sun setting after a productive and very hot Saturday catching up on domestics, editing a friend’s short story and stocking my fridge with delicious fresh food. Nothing satisfies more than feeling a sense of ‘having achieved’.
Today’s positive….had fun writing a short story for this month’s Furious Fiction competition run by AWC. This time these three sentences had to be included: It felt familiar. The door was locked. She laughed.
Feel good about finishing a short story this afternoon for the June Furious Fiction competition. Always fun. This time the story just had to start with the scene in this photo.