Category Archives: fiction

Beginnings – Michael #writephoto

The first hint of the dawn brings a stirring within the trees on the edge of the forest. The rest and slumber of the darkness comes to a timely end as stomachs rumble, and the search for sustenance awakens within … Continue reading

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Dire Beginning – James Pyles #writephoto

© Sue Vincent The afternoon sunlight, which had been shining dimly through the mist and overhanging trees, flickered and threatened to extinguish, as if a giant was blowing out a candle. “They came! They heard me and they came!” In … Continue reading

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The Chamber #3 Emily Weatherburn– #writephoto

The following piece of creative writing forms the final part of a three-part series that I have been writing over the past week. I have today managed to finish this mini-series with the help of another of Sue Vincent’s #writephoto … Continue reading

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NEW BEGINNING – Iain Kelly

Boris looked out of the small barred window. The summer dawn was breaking under a bright pink and golden sky filled with soft clouds. He rubbed his eyes and stretched. He needed to get some sleep but it was not … Continue reading

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Beginnings – Anisha #writephoto

Lying in her bed, listening through her sobbing breaths, she heard the birds chirp and her wind chime clink. “No, it can’t be yet another day” she thought to her anxious self. New beginnings of any sort made her heart … Continue reading

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Book launch and Excerpt! Cusp of Night by Mae Clair

Cusp of Night Takes Readers from Circus, to Tea Room, to Séance Sue, many thanks for having me on your blog today. I’m delighted to be here to share my newest release, Cusp of Night. The first book in my … Continue reading

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One of the best! – Tallis Steelyard

When you think about it, old Dame Beddi cannot always have been Dame Beddi. At one point she must have been known as little Miss Beddi, graduating to becoming Mistress Beddi before she entered her prime as Madam Beddi. But … Continue reading

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Generations… #flash fiction

The slow ticking of the clock on the mantelpiece and the crackle of the fire were the only sound in the little parlour. Her tears were silent, red as heart’s blood with the reflected flame. “I don’t think you’re allowed … Continue reading

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Guest author: Kaye Park Hinckley- What can fiction bring to a world with broken wings?

What can a fiction writer bring to a world with broken wings? For sure, a world like this one is full of fragmented people–fodder for a writer. And just as sure, a writer will translate human brokenness through his or … Continue reading

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Charles Yallowitz is Lucinda E. Clarke’s guest… with an excerpt of his new book!

Reblogged from Lucinda E. Clarke: My guest this week is a name that often pops up on my social media as he’s very ‘into’ marketing and very successful at it too.  Charles has a new book out and we have … Continue reading

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