Exciting news, my short story “A Candle for Lucy” was an honourable mention for the GritLit Flash Fiction Contest! Each story had to be written in an hour and include the following: a box of matches a stranger who seems familiar a line of dialogue “You (he/she/they/I) should have seen this coming” You can read …

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Today’s prompt is Light and I wanted to experiment with dialogue. I wanted to see if it was possible to tell a story with multiple characters and just using dialogue, no other identifiable characteristics except for the characters names said by others throughout the story. I don’t know if I was successful or if it’s …

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Is it clichΓ©d to talk about leaves on the first day of October? Is it lazy writing or just being opportunistic when the colours are all around you and your first prompt is nature so why not talk about the leaves?

I’m an expert procrastinator. That isn’t a good thing, it’s just a fact. I don’t like to call myself the “do it the night before it’s due” procrastinator, but I think that’s what my friends and family would say. To be clear I’ve never done an assignment from scratch the night before, I’d always have …

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