Cold-blooded Murder – Writing Prompt

Hello, I hope you are doing well! Here is another writing prompt from https://writingexercises.co.uk/. I delved into the Random First Line of Dialogue this time and stumbled across the line ‘I’m not really surprised you murdered him.’ So here is my short story based off of that first line of dialogue. ‘I’m not really surprised you murdered him.’ Casey was on the way to the … Continue reading Cold-blooded Murder – Writing Prompt

Secret House: The Aftermath – Writing Prompt

Hello! I was inspired to follow up on one of the writing prompts I wrote late, last year after searching through some flash fiction prompts at Flash Fiction Prompts – 100 Day Flash Fic Challenge. The prompt that I wrote last year is called Secret House, which you can read here if you haven’t already. I decided to choose no.55 on the list of Flash … Continue reading Secret House: The Aftermath – Writing Prompt

Broken Bonds – Writing Prompt

Hello! This is another writing prompt from Random First Line Prompts, which you can find here – https://writingexercises.co.uk/firstlinegenerator.php The first line I started with is not in the final version, as I ended up changing the story a little! Here is it anyway, just for reference. Random First Line Prompt – He had waited twenty years to return it – Tom felt so helpless watching … Continue reading Broken Bonds – Writing Prompt

Missing Him – Writing Prompt

Hello, hello! Happy Sunday! This is a Random First Line Writing Prompt from https://writingexercises.co.uk/firstlinegenerator.php. The writing prompt generated was – After ten days of hot weather, she was now sitting there shivering – After ten days of hot weather, Olivia was now sitting there shivering at the bus stop, just outside of the airport. She waited under the bus shelter as it was pelting down … Continue reading Missing Him – Writing Prompt

His Secret House – Writing Prompt

Hello! This is a Random First Line writing prompt from https://writingexercises.co.uk/firstlinegenerator.php. The Random First Line Prompt this time was The old house, with its wildly overgrown garden, was silent, secretive – The old house, with its wildly overgrown garden, was silent, secretive, tucked away from the main streets and beneath a handful of spiralled, cobbled steps. High, bricked walls stood tall on either side, cherry … Continue reading His Secret House – Writing Prompt

Working on More Than One Project at a Time?!? My Experience and Struggles.

Up until recently, I have had multiple projects on the go. The main thing I was working on was my fantasy novel, which I aspired to have run over the course of a few books. It’s a project that will take an undetermined amount of time to complete because of its scale, the first seeds of my idea forming in 2012 (and looks entirely different … Continue reading Working on More Than One Project at a Time?!? My Experience and Struggles.

Burying Her Teenage Years (Final Part)

Hello, happy Sunday! This is the final part to my writing prompt, Burying Her Teenage Years. If you would like to read the first two parts, click the link(s) below! Burying Her Teenage Years (Part 1) – Writing Prompt Burying Her Teenage Years (Part 2) – Gabriella from high school. The girl whose face was peppered with acne. Who wore narrow, rimless glasses at the … Continue reading Burying Her Teenage Years (Final Part)