What if I’ve dragged you here to my own dark night

I was inspired to write my own prompt after reading Red Pen Gal's prompt last week - It Wasn't Me! Read it here! "What if I've dragged you here to my own dark night..." I never get the question mark onto my confession before she interrupts. "Dragged? You think you dragged me here?" She attempts … Continue reading What if I’ve dragged you here to my own dark night

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His Sweet – Review

Goodreads Synopsis: When Sheriff Yolanda Demetriou receives boxes of notebooks, she has no idea of the horrors that lie ahead. Will she be able to piece together the information and locate the house where childhood dreams become nightmares? Or will she be too late to save an abducted girl? In this dark psychological thriller, Yolanda … Continue reading His Sweet – Review

Hands

Literary lovelies! Welcome to another Writing Prompt Wednesday. I was going to say this is a short but sweet one, although it starts out sweet yet doesn't end as such. The first real thing I noticed about her, was how her hands were like ice. I felt the urge to grasp them within mine, wanting … Continue reading Hands

The Searcher

Hello, dear readers! This writing prompt definitely had my writer juices flowing! I hope you enjoy reading it and as always I would love any feedback you might have. She crouches down beside his head and with her pointer finger and thumb stretches his eyelid open. His pupils don't stir, "Looks like it." "What should … Continue reading The Searcher

November ends…

... and December begins! Hello Dear Readers, I slightly regret the exclamation mark which I placed just two lines above. I will not take it away though, even if I am not sure it belongs there. December might definitely be a month which delivers on the exclamation mark, due to the holiday-inspired nature of the … Continue reading November ends…

For the Love of Prose

Goodreads Synopsis: A house built high on the moor,  A golden age, ended by war,  A house left empty, falling to ruin.  During the Edwardian period, the wealthy Kearleys entertained important guests at their summer home on the moors; enjoying lavish parties showcasing the house and its views of the mountains.  By the 1950s the … Continue reading For the Love of Prose