Dear Mother

I will post Winter Kill, but I’m currently writing the climax, and want to make sure that I get it right. So, instead, I’ll be treating you to another one of Teresa’s Writing Prompts! Anywhere, here’s the prompt: Your challenge today, should you accept it, is to explore infinity. Write your take on the ScienceContinue reading “Dear Mother”

Zion: 15 Years Later….

Here’s yet another writing prompt from Teresa, this time about Espionage. About this particular prompt: Your challenge today, should you accept it, is to explore your darker side or sense of justice. Write your take on the thriller subgenre of Espionage and see where it leads…or whatever/wherever the picture takes you. There are no word limits orContinue reading “Zion: 15 Years Later….”

Tick Tock

Do you guys remember that post I did last year in response to a prompt with this picture: If you don’t, that’s fine. I did it three months ago. Anyway, here’s the link if you don’t remember: https://rachealnovel.wordpress.com/2019/10/01/tell-the-story-challenge/ AND YOU NEED TO READ IT BEFORE YOU READ THIS!!!! That challenge I just gave the linkContinue reading “Tick Tock”

Inside Your Mind

I decided to take up Teresa’s writing prompt, which you can check out here: https://maplesswanderer.wordpress.com/2020/01/03/daily-writing-prompt-3/ The prompt: Your challenge today, should you accept it, is to explore the future and the possibility of mind swapping. Write your take on the science fiction subgenre of Mind Transfer and see where it leads…or whatever/wherever the prompt takesContinue reading “Inside Your Mind”

The Strange Encounter

Welcome to all my new followers! I saw this and decided to write a story around it: WARNING: THIS STORY IS NOT FOR CHILDREN, PRE-TEENS OR EARLY TEENS AND POSSIBLY FOR MIDTEENS, THOUGH IT COULD BE SAFE FOR AT LEAST 15 YR OLDS. ONLY LATE TEENS AND ADULTS. REPEAT: DO NOT READ IF YOU AREContinue reading “The Strange Encounter”

Nine Lives

I’ve decided to do this prompt: “A random phone call from the future.” Found it here. Hope you enjoy. Tom threw his backpack on his bed and sat down on his computer chair. He owned a desk computer, preferring that over laptops. He turned it on and leaned back in his chair as he waitedContinue reading “Nine Lives”