Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #8

Okay - confession time. I missed last week's edition. Partial excuse in tomorrow's post, but to today: Lat time we were given a view of life when TED and his wife, Sissy, moved to the village of Haverley. As difficult as it was, it became infinitely harder when Sissy was diagnosed with a brain tumour. … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #8

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Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #5

Saturday again, and time for more in the life of pensioner, TED HARRIS, the protagonist in my novella, Die, Blossom, Bloom. The story so far: Ted is troubled by dreams of his wife's death and struggles to come to terms with what he has done. He needs to keep his secret against questions from nosy … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #5

Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #4

You can catch up with the last part HERE where you will also find links to the previous parts. Today, we are given a glimpse into Ted and Sissy's life when they first moved to their idyllic village and some of the difficulties they faced. On we go... If asked, Ted and Sissy would both … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #4

Fragment Friday: Dystopian future for the UK edition.

The weekend is nearly here, thank goodness. It's been a crazy few weeks here in the UK. We have had two 'terror' attacks in quick succession, and today is a general election, where we get to vote for who we would like to run the country. We are also going through 'Brexit' - a named … Continue reading Fragment Friday: Dystopian future for the UK edition.

Fragment Friday: Dystopian Shopping Edition

This started off as a bit of a joke, the title came from a friend (Thanks CH), it was purely a writing exercise initially, but i keep adding to it. Who knows where it will lead, but I'm enjoying it for the moment. I hope you can too. The scaffolding the man stood on towered … Continue reading Fragment Friday: Dystopian Shopping Edition

Fragment Friday: Spennyriver Dispatch Edition

Spennyriver is a place I like to visit from time to time.  It's a fictional town deep in the heart of the Midlands, UK.  It's a bit different from what I usually write, but I think it fits into the weird category. The Dispatch is the local newspaper that keeps us up to date on all the … Continue reading Fragment Friday: Spennyriver Dispatch Edition