Tag: writer

shadows

I feel the shadows slowly peel off the walls. They quietly rip from the corners, hungrily make their way towards me. Blocking exits, snuffing out light, pausing now and again to be sure their victim is as weak as she appears. Calculating their moves,… Continue Reading “shadows”

my Anti-Success story.

Children’s author Julie Hedlund, challenged participants of her 12 Days of Christmas for Writers series to post SUCCESSES (rather than resolutions) on our blogs this year. She believes the way New Year’s resolutions are traditionally made come from a place of negativity – what… Continue Reading “my Anti-Success story.”

“You Are Beautiful.”

A tiny little story by i.e.faber. It’s been the kind of month where each week just gets worse. Each week you think, “This’ll be the week I get on top of things”, but you don’t. You fall down like you slip on ice. You… Continue Reading ““You Are Beautiful.””

Get Some Help

When I groom dogs sometimes I simply cannot finish a face. I look at the dog and know something is off but I can’t see why. It doesn’t help that this piece of art moves around and doesn’t sit still, no matter what, it… Continue Reading “Get Some Help”

Grocery Store

I recently took a writing class called Story Telling For Kids run by Val Muller. One of our exercises was to pay attention to children out in the world and incorporate them into one of our stories if possible or just write the scene.… Continue Reading “Grocery Store”