Summer of Short Stories

What if Red Riding Hood had killed her grandmother and blamed the wolf? (7/22/21) Title: Grandma’s Cookies by Evelyn Davis pixabay image So, I blamed Baxter. He’s the cutting edge type. I knew I couldn’t trust him with my life, so I didn’t trust anyone with my plan.  She was starting to get on my … Continue reading Summer of Short Stories

Fairy Tale Challenge…hehe

Hello readers, So, once again, I've been a busy girl with school and GRADUATION on the horizon. These next six months are going to fly by. But, I want to do a challenge. A writing challenge, which was created by Nathalie Saleeba's blog. here's the link if anyone else wants to join this challenge: reading Fairy Tale Challenge…hehe

poem 14

Think of the nicest thing someone ever said to you. Write a poem about a rainy day and somethingflooding. End the poem with the good thing someone said. "you deserve love" said BJ, my best friend. I remember the rain, like tears from my cheeks as the vicious words poured from the lion's den liars … Continue reading poem 14

poem 13

Run around your house and grab 5 items that all begin with the same letter. Write a poem as anode to one of these items or that includes these items. 5 items: portrait, pictures, purple frame, paint, pants I see a woman, screaming at a girl deeply seeking that happiness longing for acceptance each portrait … Continue reading poem 13