This fiction piece was inspired by a writing prompt on reddit, and is also posted on my DeviantArt. The loud whooshing of large, leathery wings stirred the calico from her slumber atop the fence post. The ground shuddered under the weight of something far larger than a cat, the vibration reverberating through the old wooden… Continue reading Small Like My Kittens
This fictional piece is based off of this writing prompt, and also posted on my DeviantArt account. It was about that time again. The dawn of a new day, when humans thought to sneak up on the Deep Woods Dragon while it slept. It feared the way the sun reflected off of it’s scales, they… Continue reading Only the Butterflies Knew
I was busy doing some content writing today when I discovered something. Something amazing. I'm writing with it right now, and I don't plan on stopping.
Yesterday, I logged onto DeviantArt to a surprise – my piece Casting Apps had been nominated as a Daily Deviation! Here is a reblog of the piece, which I shared here back in January.
Aside from writing a blog a day for the month of January for the Ultimate Blog Challenge, I am trying to commit to one short story a week. This is the second product of that project. You can find the prompt here.
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The low murmur of voices pulled me from sleep. Blinking, I fought to keep my eyes open as the world swirled to life around me. I was sprawled out on a black floor mattress in a small, dark room. A couple of candles were lit on a dresser under a window, through which I could see the night sky. Groaning, I raised a hand to my forehead. Ugh, what a headache. Did I fall down somewhere? Where was I? Forcing myself to sit up, I glanced down at my body. Yeah, those were the same jeans and t-shirt from yesterday. Something must…
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I based this story on a prompt from the WritingPrompts subreddit. It's a bit rough, but I loved the concept. It's also posted on my DeviantArt page. It had been a week since I had turned eighteen, and I still didn’t have an animal companion. My parents were concerned, my friends were supportive, and my… Continue reading Just An Animal