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Faded #writephoto

I never liked roses. They are over-blown and gaudy, just like the woman he ran off with; their scent cloying and sweet, like his shirt after he’d been with her; their thorns sharp and piercing, like the words… Read More

The Dance Tree #writephoto

After a brief comments conversation with Helen Jones, I wrote my story inspired by Sue Vincent’s prompt and beautiful picture. She danced when the world was young and green, and she was all that was in it. She… Read More

The Egg Stone | A Short Story for #Easter

An oldie I wrote a long, long time ago, before computers, mobile phones and x-boxes. That’s right, kids, these innovations came into being within my life-time. Hard to imagine, right? Happy Easter to all! When I was seven… Read More

A Christmas Short Story Santa’s Gift

I watch my children launch themselves gleefully at the pile of presents under the tree, but take no pleasure in their joy. My heart feels cold and hard as a stone, and the bitter taste of guilt catches… Read More

Friday Fantastic Flash with CS Boyack

Author and blogging friend Craig Boyack responded brilliantly to my recent call for participation in my new feature Friday Fantastic Flash, so without further ado, here is his masterpiece. “Captain Stevens, the pressure on the hull is building… Read More

Friday Fantastic Flash

Flash Fiction Friday is a new feature on aliisaacstoryteller, which will run in conjunction with The Friday Fiction. I am inviting all you authors, bloggers and readers to join me and have a go. You can submit here,… Read More

The 777 Writer’s Challenge and a Sneaky Peek at ‘The Cinderella Shoes’

I was tagged last Sunday by blogger and supporter of Indie writers, and all-round top guy, Kev of Great Indie Authors, to take part in the 777 Writer’s Challenge. Thanks, Kev! The rules are to go to the… Read More

Thank You! This is for You.

In Monday’s post, I said that something wonderful was about to happen, at least for me. Well, it happened… today. I had a little message from WordPress congratulating me on my 500th follower! That’s a big deal for… Read More

An Easter Story | The Egg Stone

When I was seven years old, I was sent to spend Easter with my granny in the country. I loved Easter more than any other occasion, even Christmas and my birthday, although all were eagerly anticipated for the… Read More

Stories

I love the short story, but it’s incredibly difficult to write. It’s something I intend to work on, however, as I am also doing with my poetry. I’d really appreciate any feedback. Unique This story was short listed… Read More