A collection of flash fiction written in response to writing prompts and exercises. Much of it has an adult focus currently (although often playful). My writing for children is still tucked away on my Mac waiting to be shared with the world eventually .
‘Why aren’t the lights changing Mum?!’ the whine in Maisy’s voice is reaching new levels. I don’t have an answer. ‘I need a wee!’ she shrieks. ‘I know… Continue reading Writing Wednesday: Seeing Red by Anna Rymer
Epoch At the edge of one I wait For doors to open, and welcome me in A pause A breath Then time hurries on With me its captive.… Continue reading Weekend Writing Prompt #146: Epoch
‘Woah, now just slow down there’ a voice hollered from the next aisle seconds before a tiny child came hurtling around the corner pushing a basket on wheels.… Continue reading Friday Flash: Always is a Long Time
It had nothing to do with the dog. Yeah, it was sweet, sitting in the window of the old Bennett house as I’d waited at the bus stop.… Continue reading It Had Nothing To Do With the Dog
I like to pretend I am the conductor of an orchestra, like the ones Pa took me to see when I was small. We’d sneak in at the interval… Continue reading Urban Symphony (Friday Fictioneers)
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