Harbinger /ˈhɑːbɪn(d)ʒə/ Everyone thinks a Harbinger is all about death or even Death him/her /themselves (it’s hard to ‘genderise’ the Harbinger as he/she/they as they appear different to each and everyone). No one thinks of a Harbinger as being something or someone that announces beauty, hope and joy. For example, and I am not justContinue reading “October 1st – Harbinger”
Category Archives: Short Stories
You shouldn’t believe everything you’re told. The reality of it is not what you think. It’s not something people in polite company should want to talk about, never mind tell their children. It should have never been made into some kind of fairy story.
She had never been Much of a Seamstress
As some of you know I am a writer amongst other things, so I thought I’d share with you one of my Short Stories which has been recently – well last year – published by Mookychick. Mookychick is on a Hiatus at the moment, but have a look around there is plenty to see there,Continue reading “She had never been Much of a Seamstress”
The Queen of Hearts – a Novella in two parts – part one.
Alice watched as the news scrolled up the feed. She has never been a great fan of social media, nor used it as often as she should. She knew about it of course but it had never held much fascination to her, and she had not felt the need to engage with it, until sheContinue reading “The Queen of Hearts – a Novella in two parts – part one.”
Mother Dun There was a time when all of Her was free; to dance, to weave, to dart, to dash, to smother and embrace; to carve to rip, to tear, to temper and create. When once She was both abundant and ferocious; ever giving and asking a little in return. Yet even then, inContinue reading “Mother Dun”