Before you read this, you must promise not to hate any of the characters. Well, not much. You can hate them a little … but you can’t hate the story. Hating the story is decidedly not allowed. It’s off limits. Don’t even think about it.
As you can see, I’m testing out the ‘featured image’ setting for this theme. In my opinion, you should always have a featured image … and I never do. So, henceforth, there shall be a featured image.
Assuming I like the way this theme does featured images … so I guess that’s more of a ‘maybe’ than a ‘shall be.’
Oh, and this section has Christianity in it. Consider yourself warned. 😛
Parts 1 and 2 ~ Part 3 ~ Part 4
Well, ladies and gents, it’s time for part three of my fantastical short story, Flowers. Are you excited? No? Well … I am. *pouts* I can’t believe you don’t like my book …
Oh, you were just teasing? *wipes brow* Whew. I was worried for a minute that you all secretly hating me and were pity-following me.
Have you ever pity-followed someone? I haven’t. I follow the people whose posts I want to read. What kind of sick human being are you!?
Okay, back on subject. You can read Parts 1 and 2 here. If you haven’t, head over and do so!
The moment you’ve all been waiting for, my darlings, is at hand! That’s right! Parts One and Two of Flowers, my short story sequel to The Lady of the Vineyard, is coming to you … right here … right now!
Okay, so maybe none of you actually want to read this story. Whatever. Comment and say you liked it anyway!
Judy Kee was sitting at the top of the stairs, watching the door attentively. She wasn’t allowed to go outside and potentially muss up her clothes, as Granny was sure she would (despite her love for her granddaughter, she didn’t think her perfect), but Judy was quite ready to jump up at any second, her ears perked, alert for the slightest sound of her father’s car.
She ran her hand through her strawberry-blonde hair, bumping the blue ribbon to the side. She had managed to keep her dress relatively unwrinkled, though, and her shoes weren’t scuffed, so Granny’s campaign for a nice-looking little girl was succeeding at least partially.
Time for the 4th challenge of FNWC, a writing challenge by Rutvi. TEAM EMERALD IS SO GONNA CATCH UP! 😀
Ok, so as you know I’ve been having problems fitting the challenges in with historical fiction. But I refuse not to! What? Why should I write one of my other genres when I’m having so much fun with Ruby? Even if I’m not supposed to be writing about her until I finish writing about her ancestors
(did I just say that out loud? 😛 ).
Anyways, so … historical inaccuracies are to be ignored. And … this is kind of random. So hang with me.
That’s right. I’m still doing this! And you thought I quit. 😛 Well, I didn’t. I’m still doing FNWC, hosted by Rutvi. Team Emerald, go!!!
Oh, and I’m so, soooo sorry for interrupting your weekend with a post! I know I promised not to anymore, but this is a deadline thing, guys, and I’ve been on vacay for two weeks, and … please forgive me? You don’t have to read it.
Yes, you do. Just delete it from your inbox. Or ignore it on your reader. Don’t you dare!
Well, I’m a little behind, so let’s get going! 😉
It’s time for the second entry in the FNWC contest, hosted by Rutvi of https://sosugarsweet.wordpress.com/.
The Prompts I Used
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Not very many, I know, but I tried. 🙂
Hi guys! Well, once again, I’ve entered a contest. However, this time it isn’t a photography contest; it’s a writing contest. It’s hosted by Rutvi (https://sosugarsweet.wordpress.com/).
Now, my writing is a little better than my photography … but I don’t expect to win because I can suck under pressure. 😄
Anyway, here’s my entry for the first FNWC (Fantasy Notebook: Writing Challenge).
So, I can include as many of the writing prompts (there are quite a few!) in my entry as I want. The following are the ones I chose to include (besides the word ’emerald’):
(Note: some of the prompt images have mysterious disappeared!)