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
I hate the cold. I do terrible with icy, cold temperatures. Don’t get me wrong, I also hate hot weather. Admittedly, I am one of those people that complain when they’re too hot or cold. I especially hate the cold though. Last week was particularly difficult as temperatures had dropped to around minus 6 degrees, the coldest that it had been in the UK this … Continue reading Surviving the Winter Week!
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
Hello! So, it has taken me absolutely forever to get around to this but I was bound to get there sometime! I was nominated for a Sunshine Blogger award by Lorene M. You can read her Sunshine Blogger Award post here. Do check out her posts! Here are the rules. Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award
Hello! The following is a writing prompt that was randomly generated at https://writingexercises.co.uk/ in the ‘Random Subject to Write About’ section. I also have other writing prompts that I have written on my blog, that you can find here! The topic that came up this time was ‘When Were You Most Frightened?’ When thinking about a time that I was frightened, the first thing that … Continue reading When Were You Most Frightened? – Writing Prompt
It’s a little surreal to think that this pandemic we all find ourselves entangled in has been going strong for a year now! With three lockdowns wrapped under the UK’s belt, there has not been a lot that we all can do. In the UK, we are currently plodding along through our third lockdown, which seems will last another 5 weeks at the very least. … Continue reading ‘Writing is the Most Fun You Can Have By Yourself’ – Terry Pratchett
At the beginning of every year, I always have some vague goals in mind of what I want to achieve and this year is no different. Since late last year I have had quite a few things floating around that I’d love to achieve sometime this year. Funny enough, the main goals that I have on my list are writing related, hence the title of … Continue reading My Writing Goals for 2021!
Happy Sunday! This is my very last instalment in my little blog series ‘Reflecting Back on my year in 2020’. This time, I will take you to the month of December, the last month of 2020 (obviously). Check out the links below if you haven’t already read the previous blog entries. Reflecting Back on my Year in 2020 – January to March Reflecting Back on … Continue reading Reflecting Back on my Year in 2020 – December & Final Thoughts