I love quick short stories to read and came across this one and thought I would reblog it here. As I said a quick read and very satisfying. I'm sure you will enjoy it too. Pemberton by Paul White Click on the image for the story.
As you get older, you realise there are things you wished you had done and worst of all, r it's too late now. When I was seventeen I wanted to jump from a plane with a parachute. It wasn't widely available as it is now, and I thought, one day, maybe. Then I became a… Continue reading Things You’d Wished You’d Done
Down by the River is a novella and published through Crimson Cloak Publishing. It was inspired by the nineties song Hazard by Richard Marx. It told a wonderful story accompanied by atmospheric music. The caravan is where Ricky lives on the outskirts of town. A bad boy who has had run ins with both the… Continue reading Pictures Telling Stories, Down by the River
I've long had a fascination about the lives famous people live. What are they really like behind closed doors? Who do they love? Without intention I looked back and realised I written this into many of my stories. The first picture Joanna's Journey tells how she meets a guy on the train, who turned out… Continue reading Pictures Telling Stories, Famous People, Famous Places
I've been involved with an anthology that comes out twice a year and sometimes have used revamped old stories, and occasionally brand new ones. The latter is always difficult to come up with a totally new idea. I should plan ahead but always seem to get involved in other things then realise I've left it… Continue reading Dreaming up a Story
I've always loved time travel films, I find them so intriguing. At the moment I'm watching Timeless on Netflix. Distant Time began life as a short story but there was something about it that spoke to me and it needed expanding into something that provided more answers. Julie worked for the government within a team… Continue reading Pictures Telling Stories, Distant Time
I don't really know whether I believe in ghosts. I've never had an encounter, nor do I want one. I'm open-minded and believe that others have seen them and they believe. The one thing I do know is that I love to write about them. With this book, I had such great fun because I… Continue reading Pictures telling Stories, The Ghost on the Stairs
by Karen J MossmanI was in Asda looking for something when my eyes fell on a little red book. It was wrapped in cellophane with a strip of black card that said - George £3. Medium Free Writer. For Notes, Research, and Inspirations. There is something about a blank page, fresh and new. I had… Continue reading The Little Red Book
The Tams - Hey Girl Don't Bother Me played on the radio this morning and it took me back to 1972 and a boy called Steve Crane. He was one of those cool guys that people looked up to and knew very little about. He was too old for me at 17. He lived three… Continue reading Songs Take You to The Past to Relive Again
2009 How I wish I could go back to 2009 and visit my mum, who died the following year. My diary says: 'Yesterday I was on my way to visit my mum, who lives 15 miles away and also to see my new nephew. So in preparation, I went to Asda and bought some things… Continue reading Duh!