Re-shared for Fandango's Friday Flashback. This week’s picture prompt is from Polish artist Zdzislaw Beksinski. #MidWeekFlash - 152 When Father's car washed up along the beach, we knew he was truly gone. He'd not traveled far, just barely out of reach, but he'd been gone for so long. Twenty years have passed, Since Father walked out… Continue reading Into the Sea
The Legend of the Niris...
"Well, my boy, tonight will be sweet!"
Mason Bushell is one of my dearest friends and my very favourite writing partner. He noticed my writing has been heavily lacking in dialogue lately and suggested this challenge to help me ease back into it. We had a ton of fun, and I'm definitely feeling more confident writing dialogue again! If you're feeling up… Continue reading Dialogue Challenge Fun!
She bit her lip again, and Dr. Harper turned away. He couldn't face her heavenly face, knowing he was about to crush her world.
Hi, all! I'm writing this to let any readers who were looking forward to the resolution of my #ChristmasMystery short stories know it may be a bit delayed. Technically, it's already been delayed. I'd hoped to have it out on Christmas day for you guys, but the festivities proved to be the dominant force of… Continue reading A Slight Delay
A tingle creeps up my spineI look at the clockIt's seven-o-nine!I wake up in shock...It's Christmastime!!!I hurry out of bed and rush to the treePresents - green, gold, and redAre all waiting for me!Tiptoeing past My parents' door,I hold in a gaspAs I see even more!The stockings are stuffedTo the brim with goodies!There's more than… Continue reading Christmastime Kid
He knew the day would come when he'd finally have to face up to his wrongdoings. He just hadn't been expecting it to be at a Christmas party, in the midst of a conversation with the fiercely stunning Madison Kinkaid, herself...
Jingle Bells played in the background as Madison's eyes continued to roam, finally landing on a tall, handsome man she knew as her grandmother's former medical student.
Even while he popped shoulders and knees back into their sockets, he'd crack a joke to distract from the disturbing creaking sound of tissue against bone.