Writing Prompt #10 Red Flowers

Your parents have always been protective of you for as long as you could remember. The entire house was padded even when you grew out of your toddler years. You were homeschooled and someone was always hovering to make sure you didn’t trip or hurt yourself. You thought this was them being irrationally overprotective until …

Writing Prompt #7 Wishing Well

As a child you found a wishing well. It was a silly wish, but it seemed like a good idea at the time. The coin got stuck on something halfway down. It never reached the bottom, and thus your wish went unfulfilled, until one fateful day 30 years later when something jostled it free. 

Writing Prompt #3 The Glass Orbs

While cleaning your attic you find a box of glass balls with names on them. You accidentally drop one and as soon as it shatters, a person appears.  As I looked over the mess in the attic, I struggled to remember that she was actually gone. I kept thinking she’d walk through that door and …

Writing Prompt #2: The Telepath

You, a telepath, are getting migraines from the loudest internal screaming you’ve ever heard from the next room. Someone was playing drums in my head. At least, that’s what it felt like. The pounding was incessant. I squeezed my eyes tight, as I wished the pain away. The dark, cold room wasn’t helping either. When …

Chrysalis of Change Cover Peek!!

Hey everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend. Ours was busy as usual but I’m excited to share a peek of the cover of my novel being released October 29th! This is the official illustration for the cover of Chrysalis of Change done by my awesome husband! If you haven’t read the first …

Chrysalis of Change Release Date

Hello there! Hope things are going well for you out there in your world. Things have been a little hectic here. I feel like life with a big family is always that way, at least it is with ours. Recently, I was going over my short stories. I realized it has been almost two years …

Writing Prompt #19 – Quarantine

Now that all the humans are hiding indoors, the average forest animals aren’t the only ones coming out of the woods. I peered through the blinds idly, wondering if I’d see anything today. We’ve been under quarantine for forty days now and this was the extent of my entertainment. Sad but true. Quarantine life moved …