World Collapsing

Ezariah woke in a bed she knew before opening her eyes wasn’t her own. But it wasn’t the alien furniture that had awakened her, rather the nagging pulse of magic, which seemed to keep her anchored to the bed. In fact she felt as if it kept her attached to the world. She struggled to…

#tuesdayuseitinasentence ~ Celebrate

On this day, many people celebrate Christmas; it’s a time of gift but also a time to give, a time to celebrate with your family but also to celebrate family. I know I wouldn’t be here without mine; love them all. Merry Christmas everyone. ©scolpron2018 ___________________________________________ Here are the prompt rules:Make a sentence with the…

#tuesdayuseitinasentence ~ Deal

You may not choose what cards life will deal you, but the way you deal with the cards and their challenges is the art of living. ©scolpron2018 ___________________________________________ Here are the prompt rules:Make a sentence with the word of the week. Leave it as just a sentence or write a post to go with it….

#tuesdayuseitinasentence ~ Carriage

As she came out of the carriage the crowd gasped; she may have been born a commoner but she had a princess’s carriage. ©scolpron2018 ___________________________________________ Here are the prompt rules:Make a sentence with the word of the week. Leave it as just a sentence or write a post to go with it. Try to do…

Impending Change

The excitement Lucy felt, as she gathered her findings, was palpable. If anyone watched her just then, they would have known something was about to happen. Excited though she was, Lucy calmly went through the list in her head one more time: inkwood, sage, five candles, rosemary, clay and a small knife. That had been…

Hypocrisy

The funeral went by in a waltz of shiny cars, black suits, and choreographed tears.   He stood by unnoticed but taking note of everything. If it weren’t for the circumstances he might have laughed. Not one of the attendants was truly sad.  Oh they all grieved: the money lost, the influence gone, the power scattered. But not…

Ghost Town

The Hellbox wore its name perfectly; situated right next to the town’s abandoned old newspapers offices, it usually filled with the city’s rejects by the end of the day.  Once it was a busy, buoyant place where you could expect the owner to welcome you with her heavily accented voice and most seductive smile. She would…

#tuesdayuseitinasentence ~ Bill

The government forced the bill through amidst a rebellious atmosphere, as most people knew their monthly bill would increase by 10%. ©scolpron2018 ___________________________________________ Here are the prompt rules: Make a sentence with the word of the week. Leave it as just a sentence or write a post to go with it. Try to do it…

Audition

She shredded the cloth with her knife, before bending it in half, then brutally whipping it against the floor. She then proceeded to cut some cloth and wrap it about her toes carefully. Everything had to be perfect. Ava had been working towards this day for a decade and here it was. Over the years,…

At the Zoo

The giraffes were grazing oblivious to everything and everyone else, yet their apparent disdain for the visitors didn’t deter Andrew in the least. He kept badgering James about the animals, wanting to know everything about the mammals, just as he had with the gibbons. Andrew’s discovery of the city had been at once exhilarating and…

#tuesdayinasentence ~ Force

The sheer force of the blast was so destructive, it would force people inside nuclear refuges for days if not weeks. ©scolpron2018 ___________________________________________ Here are the prompt rules: Make a sentence with the word of the week. Leave it as just a sentence or write a post to go with it. Try to do it…

Fish out of Water

Jonathan was bold maybe even reckless in this. Though Nathaniel should probably think of him as Lord Caldwell now. Impossible he thought with a smile. The two of them had been friends too long. Still it didn’t matter his friend was now Duke of Lincolnshire, he should know the Set well enough. They would never…