prompt, Short pieces, Writing

Blogtober Prompt: Magic ink

*I have utilized this concept in stories before, but I'll put another twist on it.* So Ink writing prompt The young man was over eighteen because my receptionist ensured that, but, hell, barely was. I frowned at him because if his request. I sympathized, of course, I sympathized but he didn't get it. Not at… Continue reading Blogtober Prompt: Magic ink

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fantasy fiction, Short pieces, Writing

A short: Dreamscape

This is a story of possible alternate world, sleeping meds, and insomnia “It’s sleep paralysis. I Googled it,” I said. “I value your internet skills, but remember I am the doctor,” Dr. Smythe told me dryly. I got the impression he was mocking my self-researching abilities. “I’m just saying, sounds like it to me.” Dr.… Continue reading A short: Dreamscape

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A short: Telepathy and pizza

Prompt Kittens, pizza, saltine crackers, telepathy, a radio contest, magic, a six-pack of beer, and existential angst. The kittens in the box were making quite the noise for kittens. Sounded like I was starving them, but I wasn’t. I bought Fancy Feast for rioting little furballs. Fancy Feast. I could have bought something dull and… Continue reading A short: Telepathy and pizza

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A short: Guns and Unicorns

Writing Prompts that don't suck: Story must include a unicorn hunter, a planet inhabited entirely by cats, a glitter gun. Meow? "This is clearly the wrong world, Lawrence," Eva said crossly as she pulled a climbing kitten from her leg and put it on the ground. They were in an empty city. An apocalypse world… Continue reading A short: Guns and Unicorns