Driven from her home. Stalked by enemies. Now her closest ally may be a traitor. Continue reading
Originally posted on WordDreams…:
In honor of my just-released prehistoric fiction, The Quest for Home, I want to share with you two great novels in that genre I have recently enjoyed: The Storyteller’s Trilogy by Sue Harrison 5/5 Sue Harrison’s The Storyteller Trilogy (Open Road Media 2013) is the three-book tale of Alaska 8,000 years…
Time for two more shorts written as part of StoryADay September. The first, Amnesia, was prompted by ‘Set A Timer for 40 minutes’ but mis-/re-interpreted. The second, The Exit, was a mash-up of three prompts: a change of POV, use two characters, and 100 words – it’s 99 words with the title. Amnesia By Roland Clarke Retirement … Continue reading
This month, I’m attempting to write a short story every day as part of StoryADay September. I’ve done a few – and I will post some of them – but here is the one for yesterday’s suggestion that we write in a different genre. I may be a mystery writer now, but I’ve attempted most … Continue reading
Water view: by a river would be good or overlooking a beach or ocean.
Mountain view: looking out onto green alpine meadows or something with a snow cap.
Log cabin: a feel of being in the woods, surrounded by trees. Continue reading
The shooting had been tough. Continue reading