amwriting, Pagham-verse, world building, Writing Prompt

#WriterlyWiPChat: July Q&A Week 2

Days 8-14 Something you like about your characters that's not necessarily the popular opinion. Oooh a tricky question, glad I'm not having to constrict my thoughts to 240 characters in a tweet... ~THIRTEENTH- Ricky Porter was one of the most popular characters in The Crows, and he's a gift of a character to write. I'd… Continue reading #WriterlyWiPChat: July Q&A Week 2

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~A Little Insta-Fic~ #FlashFiction #MayWeWrite

I'm playing #MayWeWrite on Instagram this month, hosted by @33nbeebe, and one of the prompts was to post 3 random words on your account, then head to the tag to find other people's words and make a 1-sentence story out of them. I had a go and it was a lot of fun! Follow me… Continue reading ~A Little Insta-Fic~ #FlashFiction #MayWeWrite

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Spooky Spring #WritingPrompts

After a #SpookySat hiatus, we are entering the warmer weather and lighter evenings of springtime! A time when things are not as spooky? Not necessarily. If you want to participate in make spring a spookier time, here are some word prompts to use to create some tweet-sized micro-fiction and send a few shivers up your… Continue reading Spooky Spring #WritingPrompts

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Overheard in Pagham-on-Sea

There is now a dedicated Twitter account, @OverheardPoS, for all those random things you might overhear around town, plus scraps of related prose. I'm using the prompts from #vss365 (vss is the abbreviation for very short story); #ConverStory (no dialogue tags, dialogue only, so perfect for 'overheard' snippets); #BraveWrite, #HorrorPrompt and occasionally some others like… Continue reading Overheard in Pagham-on-Sea

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Hellequin’s Army, or the Army of the Dead

Happy Halloween!   Halloween isn't big in the UK in the same way as it is in the USA - quite a few of usĀ are not that fussed. Last year I had a grand total of 0 (zero) trick-or-treaters. I bought a pack of sweets from the shop across the road just in case and… Continue reading Hellequin’s Army, or the Army of the Dead