No one knew how it happened, only that it did. One night – nothing. And then suddenly, in the middle of the village green, there stood a large apple tree, fruit already being bared. The villagers were delighted. There had recently been a food shortage in the area – it had been so hot in… Continue reading Fiction | The Apple Tree and the Villagers (432)
Hello, everyone! I am here with exciting news: I DID SOMETHING! Last February, I started a short story called YOUR LOVER, TOM which was a Wattpad Just Write It! challenge (I’m gutted they haven’t updated it since December though). I never finished the thing, but yesterday, I did! It’s being updated every day/every few days… Continue reading YOUR LOVER, TOM | Short Story!
Twirling hands out fingers stretched the wind in my hair sand at my feet covering my toes laughter on my face my chest hurts with a lack of air burning hurting calming I can breathe I run across the sand to the waves heat racing drop the feathers watch them float away calming then drowning taken beneath… Continue reading Fiction | Hands (114)
Clothed body free heart boots on my feet I kick kick kick sand in my face brittle but it reminds me I’m alive here breathing I see him laughing taking photos I know I’m captured for all eternity in a split second maybe people in the future will see this photo and empathise with just… Continue reading Fiction | Desert (102)
I’m doing a 30 day drawing challenge, and I’ve matched this up with short stories! Here is the short story for today, with the prompt love, and the picture I drew. I thought it’d be fun to post it here anyhow! 🙂 Lia glanced down at the note once again. “I’m sorry. Can you find… Continue reading Love // Flash Fiction
I lay in bed, staring up at the glow-in-the-dark stars mummy had bought for me. I wanted to get up and go and see daddy but he slept and looked sad a lot nowadays so I didn’t. The blue cast itched on my leg. Daddy brought breakfast to my room so I didn’t have to… Continue reading Sunshine Sweetheart//Flash Fiction
It was a dark and stormy night. Wait. No it wasn’t. It was a clear and starry night. There, that’s better. And that’s why we decided to go stargazing. It had seemed like a good idea at the time. Our parents all let us go out, provided we’d be back by at least midnight, and we took jackets, picnic… Continue reading Fiction | Stargazing Live: Short Story