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: 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

Fragment Friday: Jessica Bakkers Edition

Another week gone, and today for Fragment Friday, I present for your enjoyment a piece by author Jessica Bakkers, who is sharing an excerpt of her work-in-progress, Raising Death, the first book in The Guns of Perdition Saga. Jessica is not new to writing, but is new to the writing community and to sharing her work! … Continue reading Fragment Friday: Jessica Bakkers Edition

Chapterbuzz 10k Challenge: Update 8

Check out the full story so far HERE. Yesterday, we left the children in the jungle in Ellie's bedroom.  Furniture has been transformed, as has the humidity.  This time, the children decide to turn a page... “But what if the book goes?” “We’ll hold it.” Flynn reached down and picked up the book, careful to … Continue reading Chapterbuzz 10k Challenge: Update 8

Fragment Friday: Phillip T. Stephens Edition

Today, I have a guest author showcasing his book on Fragment Friday.  May I offer for your enjoyment, Phillip T. Stephens, who today will be sharing an excerpt from his southwestern suspense novel, Cigerets, Guns & Beer. Can I point out, that the spelling of cigarets appears as it absolutely should.  It is an alternative spelling in the … Continue reading Fragment Friday: Phillip T. Stephens Edition