No. 3/100 100-word short stories for my 100 follower celebration! The Terror of Tyrus stood in the remains of a ruined world, ashes swirling around him like a raging blizzard. The filter firmly strapped over his nose and mouth should have sterilised the air he breathed,but a bitter taste coated his tongue nevertheless, like he could … Continue reading Terror

The Flower

No. 2/100 100-word short stories for my 100 follower celebration - and remember to follow my journey as I rewrite my YA novel for traditional publication! Cynthia scoured the fields for hours, searching for a simple flower.  The area was surely beautiful as it was, covered in nothing but short, soft grass rolling over gentle hills, like … Continue reading The Flower


I'm back this Monday with another writing warmup! If you're reading this, please take a look at my last post to vote for my 100 followers celebration! You can only vote until Friday, so be sure to make your voice heard! Prompt: a piece of clothing kept just for the memory It's a tattered old … Continue reading Vestiture

Reblog: Sensory Details in Writing by Goblin Opinions

In writing anything fiction—a short story, a novel, what have you—it is important to keep in mind the significance of utilizing sensory details for the benefit of the reader. Even if your plot is centered around something far outside the realm of perception—and please enlighten me if this is your plan—you’ll still want to try […]Sensory … Continue reading Reblog: Sensory Details in Writing by Goblin Opinions