A saga – a long story of heroic achievement, especially a medieval prose narrative in Old Norse or a long, involved story, account, or series of incidents often named for the principal character.Read More Sirkkusaga; looking for a publisher
You idiot, I said a MacGuffin! Six-Word Story Challenge – “MacGuffin”Read More Six Word Story Challenge.
“Where are we going?” asked Alan. “You’ll see soon.” replied Zandra at the wheel of his expensive car. Not quite a year ago, Alan Markham, director of AM Electronics had met Zandra wandering along the road lost and suffering from amnesia. He had picked her up, driven her to the local A&E and when the […]Read More Back to Beyond
Eostre – Anglo Saxon goddess of the Spring. Wishing for a happy Easter as they say in the Alter-dimension. KytRead More Hytan blithe Eostre.
The crucifix doesn’t work… quick, run! Suggested by; Six-Word Story Challenge – “Vampire”Read More Vampire – six word story challenge.
It’s that time of year again so I’ve dusted off this old blog. All those gathered on the hillside stared agog at the massive object, the colour of bronze and disc-shaped like a shield it hung silently in the sky defying belief. “‘Foolish mankind!”shouted the man on the cross, his voice seeming to roll like […]Read More Ascension
Pent up, angst ridden, finally released! Suggested by; Six-Word Story Challenge – “Scream”Read More Six Word Story Challenge; Scream.
Old Scratch stood at the junction on top of the hill wondering which way to go, the people in the last town he had stopped at had been only too pleased to see the back of the him. “Well that’s the way of a travelling tinkerers life.” he said to no-one in particular while setting […]Read More Decisions, decisions
If Earth is not flat, why I am living on the edge. -SMD Image Courtesy- livescience.com via Humor 110 — sunilmdabralRead More Humor 110 — sunilmdabral
“This seems so wrong.” said the girl, her dress was expensive her voice refined. “I realise that Miss Starlight.” replied her lover, Ralf wore the uniform of her father’s construction company “You don’t have to call me that you know.” “I know, but given my situation it doesn’t seem right to call you Vesta.” “That’s […]Read More Love under Galatae.
Kieran sat on the narrow ledge looking at the water swirling below illuminated only by the dimming light of his torch. It was his own fault, the fisherman had warned him of the rapid change in the tide at this time of year but he had insisted on doing this. “I it’s too dark I […]Read More Neptune’sThreshold