50 Word Thursday #6 The rules: 1. Completed piece must be in multiples of 50 words – maximum of 250 words. Anything is acceptable – poetry, story, anecdote. 2. There will be a photo and a random phrase that I will take from the current book I am reading – you can use either or both. This
Carly loved walking though her mother’s garden. Especially the path that led to the tree in the middle. Once there, she sat and enjoyed the sights, sounds, smells, and peace the garden provided. As she grew and had a family of her own, her trips to her mother’s garden grew less frequent, until finally they
Today is a vacation day. The husband and I decided to take the day off and have a little fun. We we hopped in the car and headed south. Who knows where we’ll end up? But it beats the cold temperatures in Pennsylvania. So, I’m not writing. But, I’m getting plenty of ideas. Happy weekend
The rules: 1. Completed piece must be in multiples of 50 words – maximum of 250 words. Anything is acceptable – poetry, story, anecdote. 2. There will be a photo and a random phrase that I will take from the current book I am reading – you can use either or both. This weeks phrase: Through April,
I just finished the final book in the Medici Protectorate Series by Staci Troilo, Tortured Soul. The world building in this series was spectacular. Troilo wove action packed scenes with bold character development for the heroes and the villains. As I progressed through the series, I felt more attached to the heroes and heroines, and
Fandango posts a word, and you write a blog post using that word. Why not give it a try. Kaitlyn pulled up to the entrance of the Grand Imperial Resort. Her brother was right. The place was perfect. The valet walked out hands in his pockets, dressed in black, bow tie, vest, and a gold
Terri looked outside the window and groaned. Snow. “Seriously? Are you freaking kidding me?” Her life sucked. No way would her mother let her take the car, and she planned to go to Brandon’s party. He was the most popular boy in her class. Her entire social life depended on getting to that party. Geek.
This Week’s Prompt: “Maybe I needed to learn to stay more alert when traveling in a foreign country” – Lisa Bullard, Turn Left at the Cow. Create a story between 50 and 250 words, in 50 word increments. Give it a try. Good luck! The clock ticked away the little time Amelia had left here.
Carolyn put on her coat and headed out for her evening walk. She followed the same path every day out of habit, but she enjoyed talking to the people that she passed. As she rounded the corner she came upon a group standing in front of an old wall. She moved closer and when she
Fandango posts a word, and you write a blog post using that word. Why not give it a try. Being a nurse in the war was nothing like working in the doctor’s office. The things that she saw gave her nightmares, and the men that she treated needed more than just a shot and a