Choices – Part 1 . . .

Sunday 21 February 2021 **Inspired by something I heard recently. The first sentence of the story is what stuck with me from the conversation. And, of course, Pandora’s Box is my favourite story in Greek mythology.** ‘Everything from here on … Continue reading

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Something Different 2 . . .

Sunday 14 February 2021 Well, it was soooooo popular last blog post, I thought I’d go for answering a few more of those random questions that I found on Tumblr – I say sarcastically. I can’t guarantee that the remaining … Continue reading

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Something Different . . .

Saturday 13 February 2021 Actually, when I think about it, I may have already used that as a post title. I digress . . . My base for this post is a list of ninety-nine questions that I found on … Continue reading

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Back Woods . . .

Friday 5 February 2021 **It seems I’m leaning towards writing a few of these at the moment. Small moments of characters’ lives, short conversations, little bits of fiction. Whether that’s because my attention span is quite short at the moment, … Continue reading

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Fight Like A Girl . . .

Or Where You Go, I Go Or As Long As You Want Me, I Will Be By Your Side Saturday 6 February 2021 Everything ends, and often we’re not ready to give up, let go, or move on. Some endings … Continue reading

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Every Little Thing . . .

Thursday 28 January 2021 **Inspired by the Dishwalla song, ‘Every Little Thing’, written by Adam Alexander, Christopher Michael Perry, Paula MacNeil, and Rupert Lloyd Gayle. In particular, the lines: I want you to believe in life / But I get … Continue reading

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It’s The Messes That Kill Us . . .

Thursday 21 January 2021 ** Short story inspired by a Dorothy Parker quotation. ‘It’s not the tragedies that kill us; it’s the messes.’** One of my less helpful traits is that I overthink things, and then I catastrophise. I’m good … Continue reading

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Of What Remains . . .

Thursday 14 January 2021 ‘It’s a common reaction,’ Marcella mumbled, ‘people don’t tend to believe me when I tell them I survived a massacre. I mean, it sounds ludicrous, doesn’t it? I say it, and find myself cringing. It’s not … Continue reading

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Contingency . . .

Tuesday 5 January 2021 **I was messing around with creating characters last night, and oddly, a line from a Bee Gee’s song made me think of this one.** In the event of something happening to me, call Alan and tell … Continue reading

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2021: Do We Dare?

Wednesday 30 December 2020 It’s a legitimate question, right? Do we dare where 2021 is concerned? No two ways about it, 2020 has been a complete and utter piece of sh!t, with only a few gleaming lights of hope and … Continue reading

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