Today marks the last Short Story Saturday of the month, but it’s not the end! Actually, I decided to carry on doing these, because I’ve been having fun writing them. I grabbed yet another prompt for this one: ‘Amazon has invented time travel and introduced pre-emptive shipping. Today, you receive something completely unexpected from your
Month: February 2020
Lincoln was literally my second home (I went there briefly for university), and I still love this charming small city. It’s only a short drive away from my hometown, and so I tend to visit regularly. I met one of my close friends there while playing Pokemon Go, and I’m always amazed by what Lincoln
I’m here with a new short story, because why not? I did mention that if I ran out of ideas for a post, I’d do a bonus short story, so here we are! I wanted to do this prompt because I want to get into a different kind of romance, instead of the cheese-fest we’ve
You’ll remember last month I made a collaborative post with my good friend Tim, where we took the remaining unused type combinations and came up with our own Pokemon concepts. As you probably saw, all of mine were Pokemon I had created for the Lumaria region. That was unintentional, but I ran with it anyway.
I couldn’t bring myself to finish Drowning in Jealousy, so I bring you this plot bunny instead. I got a prompt, and it was one that I hopped on board with straight away. ‘She said her final words and left, there’s no turning back now.’ Be warned guys, this may get a little… lewd. The
Hull gets a pretty bad reputation, despite it having been the UK’s City of Culture in 2017. However, this title started changing the way that Hull was perceived, as well as its renovation of the centre. It also helps that I have immediate family that came from Hull, so I’ve had to make frequent trips
The life of a football supporter in the UK means a lot of travel to away games. I was reflecting on the adventures I had in my teen years, being a football supporter. I thought I’d take a trip down memory lane and discuss all of the different experiences I’ve had while Sadly I’ve been
Living abroad can be very frightening for a lot of people, especially if you’re not used to uprooting yourself and moving from your home country. But I hope these tips will help you to get acclimatised, as they worked for me. A lot of sites list out the paperwork-based tips for getting situated abroad, whereas
Hey all! I was originally going to write a post for Lickitung Raid Day, but I decided to write a short story instead. And I’ve had this plot bunny in my head the past few days, and I wanted to write it down before I lost it! There’s plenty of cheese ahead, so apologies for
I’m putting off ‘Drowning in Jealousy’ for a week because I hit a huge road-block. Instead, I grabbed a writing prompt when looking up different prompts, and it came from here. I liked the following: ‘You wake up on a beautiful Sunday morning, feeling happy and ready to take on the day. Then you remember.