As I set my easel against the wall, my heart somersaults when I feel a gentle tug on my hair. Long blonde locks litter the tower floor, spilling over the window sill. Nothing else to indicate a visitor though. No hooves galloping in the distance, nor any piercing, beastly roars echoing in the night. Only silence couples the crackles of the fire. Nevertheless, the pull was unmistakable.Continue reading “Deliverance by Nola Prevost”
Prompt: What Do You Now Know You Really Need?Continue reading “Journal #5”
He didn’t understand what to do. Jacoby was at a loss for words, though his mind was on a never-ending marathon. One sentence racing right past the next.
This isn’t happening. I’m dreaming. Everyone’s lying. This is all a nightmare.Continue reading “Jacoby”
Prompt: Did You Think You’d Be Here?Continue reading “Journal #4”
Hello all. The name of the blog post is pretty self-explanatory, but I’ll go a little more into detail. Journaling is something I’ve always wanted to actively engage in. It’s such a great way to keep a clear and focused mind while also keeping notes of your life. Unfortunately, it’s something I struggle with finding time to do every single day. I’m not saying I’m going to make a commitment to post on this blog every day with a new journaling entry, but I’m challenging myself to make at least two posts on the blog a week (Monday & Friday) for this (plus whatever other posts I come out with that week whether it be book reviews, throwback Thursday, a guest post, or writing). All of the prompts for this will come from Jo Franco’s website Joclub.world unless specifically stated otherwise in the post. If journaling is something you’re interested in starting, I encourage you to check out the website and follow the prompts! You can also submit your work in the form of a guest post if you feel confident enough to do so.Continue reading “Journaling Starto!”
We’re back again for another book review, and this time we’re jumping on the ambiguous horror train. All aboard for the next stop, Turn of the Screw.Continue reading “Book Review: Turn of the Screw by Henry James”
A short story I’ve worked on to bring awareness to rape survivors and the importance in listening to them. This creative piece shows the double-standard in society and the effects that our actions can have on others. Warning: This content portrays rape, self-harm, and domestic abuse and may be triggering to some people.Continue reading “What Could Layla Do?”
Chris had been fascinated with the Garden of Arms since they were a small child.Continue reading “Garden Of Arms”
It was Harry’s Supermarket
The place we all knew
The place we all went to.
I dive into the back of the taxi, chest heaving as the scent of fake leather and fast food wraps around my body.
“Thomas!”Continue reading “Game On”