Flash Fiction Friday – Priorities

I forgot to post this yesterday as I was out at a barbecue and came home quite late, but here is this week’s flash fiction Friday post. I start it during Sunday Morning Tea Time last week (oh hey, check out my Twitch channel!) and finished it the other day. It’s based on a prompt from the Story Generator on Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Priorities

Flash Fiction Friday – Downtime

Ah, it’s Friday! And I’ve got some flash fiction for y’all! Today’s piece is inspired by Dungeons and Dragons, and is about how sometimes adventurers need downtime… and sometimes they need some me-time. Downtime The tavern was rowdy, but when were they not? Fiddles, pipe smoke, people arguing or making out or both. Just another night in a backwaters like Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Downtime

Twice Fortnightly – 1hp Beholder

Friday! That means flash fiction! This piece is based on a dream I had last night. Check it out: “Hey… hey, look…” I felt Tam’s hand tapping on my shoulder but didn’t want to turn away from my book. “Mm…” I said. “Hey look!” she said again, louder now, and I sluggishly raised my head. Her eyes were wide as Continue reading Twice Fortnightly – 1hp Beholder

Flash Fiction Friday – A Little Temperance

Last night on the stream, I decided to write some flash fiction for my new D&D character, Temperance, a dragonborn monk. Here it is: The girl dipped the rag into the water bowl and then wrung it out, black-scaled little hands twisting the excess water out of the torn, stained fabric. ​”Stupid Father Illethor,” she mumbled as she bent over Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – A Little Temperance

Flash Fiction Friday – Clarity

Normally I write my Flash Fiction piece on the Friday evening, just before posting it. Today I had some time to kill in the afternoon and typed it all up then, butI wasn’t connected to the internet at the time so I’m posting it now. It features, once again, my D&D character Seshmet: The gravel crunched underfoot as Seshmet stepped Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Clarity

Flash Fiction Friday – The Pegasus

I was way too distracted last night to do flash fiction; I was up until past 2 a.m. preparing random encounter tables for a D&D game I ran today. It went really well! And really long! And about half is left… I may have overplanned a bit… But it was fun! So since I have D&D on the brain, I’m Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The Pegasus

Flash Fiction Friday – The Baronessa

Oh hey, Flash Fiction Friday is back. (Shut up, it’s still Friday until I go to bed, whatever the clock says! :P). Tonight I’m posting a short peice about a NPC from my D&D homebrew campaign setting, who I’ve rather fallen for: The Baronessa The baronessa finished reading the letter. Running her fingers over her youngest daughter’s brisk script, she Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The Baronessa

#AdventBoost Day 2 – The Substitutes by Myisha Haynes

Hi guys, and welcome to day 2 of #Adventboost! Today I want to point you all in the direction of the awesome webcomic The Substitutes by Myisha Haynes. I tripped over this gem by accident recently, and it was one of those moments where I read a couple of pages and then was stuck and had to keep reading, only to discover Continue reading #AdventBoost Day 2 – The Substitutes by Myisha Haynes

Twice Fortnightly – Back in Action!

Woah, you guys, a fortnight without twice fortnightly? How did that happen? I really thought it was just one week. Life is a little coo-coo banana pants right now, but in mostly good ways. Just so, so busy! Still, I’m trucking along. What have I been up to, writing-wise? Well, I posted some backstory for a D&D character for Flash Continue reading Twice Fortnightly – Back in Action!

Flash Fiction Friday – When Mama Died

This poor, neglected blog, you knows. I’ll do better, pinky promise. Today I bring you a short piece that’s part of the backstory of one of my D&D characters. I love this character so much, and it’s also nice to be able to write, and even be kinda poetic-proseish like below, but not feel the pressure of a larger project. Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – When Mama Died