Twitter Fiction, April 2021

These microficiton stories were originally published to my Twitter account. Compiled here for your enjoyment 🙂 FIRST OF APRIL The stepsisters woke to honey and ants on their faces. They screamed up the stairs, flung open the attic door, and their mouths filled with goose feathers. By the time they’d washed, their eggs were cold.Continue reading “Twitter Fiction, April 2021”

Driving With Children

Today’s Prompt from storyaday.org, by Julie Duffy, had me writing the same scene from three different view-points. I chose something pretty mundane and probably relatable to many: The family road trip. I also used this exercise as an opportunity to practice stream-of-consciousness writing. Apologies for including so much bathroom talk, but I think most peopleContinue reading “Driving With Children”