Hi, hope the weekend is going well, for this little poem I have taken the word prompts from Fandango – ‘selection’ and Ragtag’s which is ‘slip’, (see their links below). It is entitled ‘Chocoholic’s Destiny’, https://ko-fi.com/aj335577#
Hi, hope you are well, today I have taken the word prompts from Fandango – ‘fail’ and Ragtag’s which is ‘cape’ for my poem, (see their links below). It is entitled ‘My Hero’, thanks for looking. https://ko-fi.com/aj335577
Hi, today I have chosen Fandango’s word prompt as inspiration for my poem, the word is ‘Mosquito’ (you can see the link below), so here we go: https://ko-fi.com/aj335577
Hi, hope everyone is looking forward to the weekend, this evening I have taken the word prompts from Fandango – ‘languish’ and Ragtag’s which is ‘pointy shoes’ for my poem entitled ‘The Memory of her‘, thanks for looking.
Hi, hope everyone s enjoying the weekend. Sammi’s challenge (see link below), is to write a poem or a piece of prose in exactly 28 words using the word “Sibilance” so here is mine inspired by one of my favourite cartoon characters. In 1947 Friz Freleng directed “Tweetie Pie,” he probably wasn’t aware he wasContinue reading “Weekend Writing Prompt”
Hi, hope everyone’s weekend is going well, I have taken Fandango’s prompt which is ‘underwhelming’ and Ragtag’s which is ‘snapshot’ (see links below) to create my limerick which I’ve entitled ‘Exposed’, thanks for looking: (Shout-out to photographer Peter Hammer for the great photo I’ve used with my poem).
Hi, once again time for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers – the inspiration for the flash fiction is a photo from Fleur Lind (above), you can see the full version on the link below to Rochelle’s site. My piece of 100 words is entitled, ‘Perfect Ambiance’, thanks for reading.
Hello, thanks for dropping by this Thursday, today I have taken Fandango’s word prompt which is ‘Gas’ and Ragtag’s which is ‘Flashback’ (see the links below), for my limerick:
Hi it’s Sunday afternoon and getting hotter here in the UK! Today I have taken Fandango’s word prompt ‘Regional’ and Ragtag’s which is ‘Credit’, to make a little limerick, thanks for looking.
Roald Dahl is one of my favourite writers, he was born in September 13 1916 in Cardiff, Wales to Norwegian immigrant parents, he served in the RAF during the Second World as a fighter pilot and subsequently, an intelligence officer. He rose to prominence as a writer in the 1940s with works for children andContinue reading “Roald Dahl”