A revised version. Commended in the Thunderbolt Crime Writing Competition.
Writing prompt, with really basic notes.
Title Challenge. (With basic notes.)
Your mileage may vary on this one…
HSC Discovery, Exam Conditions, with Notes.
The return of my thief character, and some character assassination.
Some more blended horror. (With a debt to Gothic.)
Blended horror. (And a debt to Ambrose Bierce.)
Hazchem Inchoate: Practically Perfect
My ‘superhero’ character…
Part Two. Preview (Still needs final refining, probably another 700 words.)
S01E03 Preview Part Three (I’m not yet sure if I am happy with this…)
The only way to fly.
An annotated version.
Can you have a good torturer?
An annotated version showing some of the decisions made in the construction of the story.
Often, a story reaches a point, a crossroads as it were, where it can go a number of different ways. It can be beneficial (and fun) to explore some of the myriad options.
I have no idea where I’m going with this.
Launch Challenge: Start with “She died. Once upon a time…”
A Crime Short Story
An annotated version of the short story, showing some of the changes made in constructing a story.
Launch Challenge: Crime, Locked Room, Limited Cast.
A Short Story
The frog crept in unexpectedly. A murderous green tree frog? Or if you want another: “infinity”, The pot boiled over once again….Lilly….the perils of cooking whilst looking after a pre-crawler….housebound
Launch Challenge: Post Modern Retro Sci Fi.
I think, what I love most about this story is the fact that it doesn’t really work.
Launch Challenge: End with the rule breakers: Then I woke up. Then I died.