First Blood [IndieInk Challenge]

For the IndieInk Writing Challenge this week, Sir challenged me with “‘When does the fun start?’, he asked, blood dripping slowly from the knife in his right hand.” and I challenged Cedar with “Write a narrative constructed out of a series of haiku.” Note: You might have guessed from the prompt, but this post isContinue reading “First Blood [IndieInk Challenge]”

Editor’s Choice Finalist!

On Sunday evening, I got some exciting news. I learned that one of my IndieInk pieces, “Caught Between Sea and Shore,” has been nominated for an Editor’s Choice Award for the month of March! There’s both an Editor’s Choice, and a Reader’s Choice. Meaning that anyone on the internet can read the selection of nomineesContinue reading “Editor’s Choice Finalist!”

Come into the world like that [IndieInk Challenge]

For the IndieInk Writing Challenge this week, Bewildered Bug challenged me with “Write a piece based on the following quote from V.S. Naipaul: ‘As a child I knew almost nothing, nothing beyond what I had picked up in my grandmother’s house. All children, I suppose, come into the world like that, not knowing who theyContinue reading “Come into the world like that [IndieInk Challenge]”

Pending Investigation [IndieInk Challenge]

For the IndieInk Writing Challenge this week, Jester Queen challenged me with “I’m certain you’re an honest young man. Nonetheless, I need concrete proof before I can make an accusation of that nature” and I challenged Michael with “I’ve got half a mind to destroy the world that destroyed me.” Pending Investigation “I’m certain (ThoughContinue reading “Pending Investigation [IndieInk Challenge]”

Devil’s Ark [IndieInk Writing Challenge]

Last week, I discovered IndieInk.org, a site where you can sign up for a challenge, give one of your own, and then share what you write. Here’s my first entry! I had fun, and I look forward to participating in future challenges. Devil’s Ark On the Devil’s ark, the passengers had a monkey as theirContinue reading “Devil’s Ark [IndieInk Writing Challenge]”