Some things can never be spoken
A prose poem? Description? I wrote a thing, basically.
Last week’s winners: well done everyone!
Stories to make Grandmother’s wherever they are proud, well done all. Thanks for the votes.
Daughters’ adopted baby is loved unconditionally
She’s dying, but it is time.
Grandmother? But more MILF than GiLF.
Grandma’s toothy smile worried red riding hood
Choose your words carefully!
A 100-word story for Friday Fictioneers
Reason can't stand in for feeling
Can I do this? Can and can't, words that hold such power. In English, they carry connotations of power, ability, almost strength. Other languages have a different emphasis. I remember a French penfriend in my teens asking me 'tu sais nager?' (do you know how to swim). The question jarred with me. Yes, I knew … Continue reading Can #Socs
Six word story time again! My week off from hosting so I’m looking forward to actually taking part this week.
Loved the Princess stories, I think it is a word that can imply lots of others. Another similar word in that sense is Grandmother; it is often used in newspapers as short hand for female, of certain age with children and grandchildren. What can you do with prompt:
Use it with 5 other words or consider it a title and pick 6 of your own words to tell a story. It can be done! See some tips here!
45year old clubbing with Granddaughter.
All are welcome to take part in writing stories or voting for them,which occurs each week between 9pm Thursday and 9pm Friday. If you are new to the challenge here is some more information.
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Announcing this week's winners