She didn’t think of herself as a judgmental person. She didn’t participate in Mummy shaming or tearing down people because they were wearing the wrong colour nail polish with their summer dress. She was even less judgmental if that nail polish was chipped.
There was always a full moon now, and I can’t remember a time when there was a crescent moon, or even no moon at all. It had been too many years.
Just a small personal note before I jump into this short story. I have been largely absent from reading and commenting on everyone’s fantastic posts because I am 17 weeks into my second pregnancy! Yay! But also *sad face* because I’m so nauseous I can barely look at my phone or computer. As soon as it clears you won’t be able to get rid of me!
On with the story. So awkward, but so good. Enjoy.
This little bit of flash fiction came as I was writing my fantasy novel. It is just a little bit of backstory that came to me. It stands alone. Enjoy.
A little short and sweet story for your Wednesday morning.
A bit of a tongue in cheek look at society. Obviously all fiction. Enjoy.
This blog post was inspired by Flying Through Water’s Creative Prompt ‘Friendship.’
It’s about the kind of friendships that I cherish.
Despite the worst title I could ever come up with, this short story was inspired by 90’s movies, and urban legends. I really need to change what I’m watching…. Enjoy.
A small cheeky piece of fiction. Enjoy.
She stood on the platform with her suitcase. This was going to be a new beginning, she thought as she shoved her hands deep into her coat pockets. The heavy thing was a gift from her last boyfriend, the one she had just left sleeping in bed.