You had a good month Kieran. An older version of yourself would be tempted to sit back and take it easy but there is still plenty left to do. Here is a list of what needs to be improved in April.1. Need to plan further ahead. You planned out your posts in March OK. You … Continue reading Note to Self: End of month report
“That’s not acceptable behaviour,” Elaine said. She could feel her body tensing up again and her breath shortened. Elaine lowered her shoulders and controlled her breath.After taking a few deep breaths, she was calm again. Elaine looked at the woman in front of her who had spoken. An up and comer who had done some … Continue reading Super Short Story: Leave the room
Banyon entered the keep. There was the aristocracy, their fine dress half eaten by insects. They may have nibbled on it themselves in their struggle with hunger. Banyon smiled and walked towards the stairwell. Before he got there a guard with sunken eyes stopped him. “Sir, the Queen, requests your company in the throne room,” … Continue reading Super Short Story: Pugnacious 2/2
Schools have a lot to answer for. At some point in your life, you have had to write an essay. Introductory paragraph, main argument, quotations then conclusion.Who were these essays for, the teacher. Schools taught you how to write essays that only people in the school system.You joke about how you’ve never needed algebra since … Continue reading Blog Post: Writing will make you communicate better.
Sir Banyon looked out over the battlements above the gate. He could see the small fires burning in the distance. There was movement in front of and behind the flames. Banyon strained, but he could not hear the crackling of wood, in fact, he could not hear much of anything. A profound silence had come … Continue reading Super Short Story: Pugnacious Part 1/2