This week’s short story is dedicated to Serena Cairns, who sent me a prompt on Twitter: “Rainwitch, rainwitch, fetch me the magic gooseberry”. The Rainwitch
This week’s short story comes from a prompt I was given on Twitter by Benedict Martin: “Why is it every time I buy ground beef,
Today’s short story prompt comes from Nathan Elward. He suggested “we hide behind the sofa when we watch a scary movie, what if there was
This story came from Sarah Barcello’s prompt on Facebook. The prompt was ‘Unicorns’. Unicorn Dreams Norman was fed up with his life. It wasn’t
This story was written for Anna, my mum, after she gave me the title in this month’s Reader Interview: An Affair with Jane Eyre.
Did I ever tell you the one about the mother and the chemist? It’s a good one. So, this one morning, she goes into her