A short story created for the NYCMidnight Flash Fiction challenge in 2017. I was given 48 hours, a genre, location, and object to write a 1,000 word story.
On a trip in April 2019, I drove under rocks through the Dixie National Forest on the way to Bryce National Park! Winding through the forest I saw stunning red rocks and rock formations called hoo-doos. These were just a tease to what I would eventually see at Bryce. Travelling “Utah’s First All-American Road”
I always write no matter what. In doing so I use my hands to express how I feel. Today has not been that good of a day but I am trying to type something. This won’t be a very long post but I needed to make effort. This time is hard for everyone and sometimesContinue reading “Day 6: Hands”
My normal was waking up 5 days a week, driving about 20 minutes to work at Universal Orlando Resort and giving guests the best experience with our Entertainment Team. I had a pretty good life. Sure, I was tired a lot and working in the heat definitely sucked, but it was my life and IContinue reading “Finding Light in the dark”
On a cloudy day in Worcester, England, Abigail wondered onto a gravel path in the country. Blanketed by moss and grass, the whole place felt whimsical. I wonder what’s down this path? She thought. A breeze rustled the leaves and nudged Abigail towards her new discovery. “Alright, alright, I’ll walk down the street.” Each stepContinue reading “Day 4: Street”
“It’s not the music that’s a curse, it’s the absence thereof,” [Phee] says. (p. 116) King, Kerry Anne. Everything You Are. Lake Union Publishing, 2019. The cover of this novel drew me in with the beautiful flowers. How could it not? I also quickly noticed the fancy f’s that would be on a violin. (I’mContinue reading “Day 3: Song”
It is possible to open yourself up to multiple experiences that leave real imprints on your life. Where to begin? I could write about a time I remained open-minded, or a time I felt open to new opportunities. I want to write some fiction using open as a theme, but alas writer’s block is veryContinue reading “Day 2: Open”