How to Write an Amazing Book in a Year: Chapter four.

I am SO pleased to say this week I have moved on with my own word count well, I have managed to get to the 30,000 words mark! It has not come easy to me, to say the least. Writing a book in a year is not easy, especially as I don’t just mean to…

Short Story: The White Woman

About a week ago, I wrote a post for RN Soul, which was quite fun; I make a point of not writing much about my personal nurse experience for obvious confidentiality reasons, but writing it as a story using lots of different experiences was ok, and it’s nice to write from life experiences. So I’m…

Short Story: Little Lion’s

Hello! and welcome to my newest short story. This one is a historical fiction as prompted by Jen over at The Frozen Mind. I did some traveling around Crete in October last year, The history of how the islands people rallied together, to rebel against the invasion of Crete, is incredible and inspiring, and so…

Short Story: Chloe

Here is my fifth short story, it was really hard trying to write in a twist within the space of 1000 words. So here is a physiological thriller with a Shyamalan twist, as suggested by Candy Keen over at Geek mamas. Sorry it has taken a while. Hope you enjoy! i’m shocked i’m still managing…

Short Story: Erie

So this is my second short story! with my inspirations coming from Momma Bird who gave me the place of Sandusky, Ohio. I have never been, or in fact even been to america so I hope I haven’t butchered it too much! Please check out her blog over at Momma Bird Blog.  The smell of whale…

Short Story: The Last Page

So here is my first post-post, a short story influenced by Shiza Khan who gave me my sentence to work from check her blog out here. please enjoy this short story i’ve named The Last Page. “Once upon a time there was a girl,” fiddling with the page between her index finger and thumb, she…

Story time: The Last Big Adventure.

Last month I entered the Dorset Fiction Award, I wasn’t short listed, but I am really proud that I have actually finished a story (even if it is only 1,000 words). I don’t plan to enter it into any more competitions. I have a theory that, if I write a new story for every short…