Advent Boost 2018 – Dec 1-4 –  4 Amazing Comics!

Hi everyone! Welcome to AdventBoost! What’s AdventBoost, you say? AdventBoost is a thing I do in December, where I try to boost one marginalized (in some way) creative (of some kind) or a product by such a person, every day from December 1st to Christmas Eve. This is the third year I do AdventBoost, and you can read the posts Continue reading Advent Boost 2018 – Dec 1-4 –  4 Amazing Comics!

Flash Fiction Friday – Practical Uses for Superpowers (#3)

This Flash Fiction piece isn’t at all wish fulfillment for the hectic evening I’m having. Nope. Not at all. Jennie yawned and adjusted the popcorn bowl in her lap as the next episode began playing on the screen. Gosh, going splitsies always made her feel so drained. Today was no different. Still, she felt sure she’d made the right choice. Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Practical Uses for Superpowers (#3)

Practical Uses for Superpowers (#2)

I am so sleepy tonight. Here is a thing: “Come on, come on….” She mumbled as she watched the numbers on the elevator slowly creep lower. Once it finally dinged and the door slid open, she was inside in a heartbeat and pressing close-door button. The ride up to the 7th floor was the slowest ever, and on every floor Continue reading Practical Uses for Superpowers (#2)

Flash Fiction Friday – Practical Uses of Superpowers (#1?)

This piece is pracically autobiographical – apart from the fact that I don’t have telekinetic powers, and that my name isn’t Mandy. But if I did have telekinetic powers, this is exactly the sort of thing I’d use them for. I think it might be fun to do a while series about ways in which superpowers might be used for more Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Practical Uses of Superpowers (#1?)

Flash Fiction Friday – Språkförbistring

The title of today’s flash fiction post, Språkförbistring, is a Swedish word I haven’t really found an English translation I like for. It refers to the idea of communication failing due to speaking past each other or just not understanding the language being used. It’s apparently used in the Swedish Bible to refer to the whole Tower of Babel thing, but Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Språkförbistring

Flash Fiction Friday – A Change of Seasons

It feels like I haven’t written flash fiction, or anything really, in ages. But I’m finally over this cold I’ve had enough that I could sit down and finish the flash fic piece I started last week – and I am very happy about it! This snippet is me dipping my toes into a new idea of mine – a Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – A Change of Seasons

Flash Fiction Friday – The First Willow

I asked for a flash fiction prompt on Twitter today and my friend Sophia was kind enough to provide one. The prompt was to write a creation story including a willow tree, an ocean and shooting stars. Here’s my attempt: Long before the world was as it is now, there was only ocean and the sky above it. There was Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The First Willow

Flash Fiction Friday – Friends and Enemies

I sort of forgot it was Friday today and was about ready to go to bed when I remembered. Since I’ve been slacking with my flash fiction lately due to Camp NaNoWriMo, I decided to stay up and whip something up. This little scene from the back-story of Sarge, my Blades in the Darks character, came to mind. Hope you Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Friends and Enemies

Flash Fiction Friday – Breaking Camp

I’ve had orcs on the brain lately. I’ve been seeing so many lovely interpretations of them on Pinterest the last few weeks that I’ve started toying with the idea of writing a book set in an orcish society. To toy a little with the concept, I wrote the following: Breaking Camp “Track-makers!” Chieftain’s voice rang out over the encampment. “We Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Breaking Camp

Flash Fiction Friday – Ferrets and Fucked-Up Shoulders

I’ve posted a few snippets set in the tabletop rpg Blades in the Dark before, and since I’m currently playing in a campaign set in the system I thought it would be fun to write a snippet with my character! Isabel, more known as Sarge, is an ex-military grump who isn’t sure why she’s involved in so much weird shit Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Ferrets and Fucked-Up Shoulders