About the Story This little short story is probably a rather strange interpretation of the song that inspired it. While listening to a radio show of a friend of mine, I heard a beautifully written song by Zoë Wren. The song is one of the tracks on her album which can be purchased on Bandcamp. … Continue reading The Lady’s Lullaby
Lately I've noticed that I rely on Facebook for entertainment when I find myself board. After a conversation I had with my friend tonight, I’ve decided to run a little experiment. Over the next week, I will not be using Facebook in any form except for posts to my Facebook page for this blog. I’ve … Continue reading The Great Facebook Break of 2019
It's not often that I get bored but when I do, things like this happen. I realize that I have not been posting to the blog as often as i used to so I took to the internet. I've done a post like this one before, but this one I think has half the question … Continue reading The 51 Question Challenge
An image of a snake posted to Facebook several months back was recognised as being a bowl of food!
guest postThis is a guest post from my dear friend Gabbi Corbett, who has written for the blog previously. She is here with a bit of a philosophical post which falls into the category of disability advocacy. Happy reading, Jaidie. Ain't It Time For Change?I bet a lot of you haven't heard of Michel Foucault. … Continue reading Guest Post: Ain’t it Time for Change?
Where i've been It's been a while since my last post and I've been wanting to post something for the last few weeks. With moving into a new apartment being the latest thing to keep me busy my time has been limited. While move in day is officially this saturday, i've some time on my … Continue reading Writers block
Another book review. Here I am, breaking my post silence. I've not posted in a while and thought I'd return with a book review. The book I'm posting about is Anxiety Girl By Lacey London which can be purchased on Amazon Description. From the best-selling author of the CLARA ANDREWS series. Sadie Valentine was just … Continue reading Book Review: Anxiety Girl By Lacey London
Do not endanger yourself, your friends and family or those around you in the public by completing a Birdbox challenge video.
Our First Guest Of The year, The Lone Wolf.happy New Year all! This first post of the year is a guest post, written by my beautiful friend The Lone Wolf. I hope you all enjoy reading her work. The Big White House.Every day, I walk to school, even when I probably shouldn't because of how … Continue reading The Big White House. Flash Fiction by The Lone Wolf
This Week's Post. Recently I put a call out for guest bloggers and blogging opportunities. Through this, I began chatting with Amanda who we will all get to meet in this interview post. Please do check out Amanda's website if you would like to learn more about her or what she does. Meet The Guest. … Continue reading Guest Post: An Interview With Amanda Gene.
About The Tag Holly Of Life Of A Blind Girl completed the #WhatMakesMe tag after she was challenged to complete it by another blogger with a disability. While I am blind, it is not the only thing that makes me who I am. Blindness is just one small part of the person known as Jade … Continue reading #WhatMakesMe
I am sure many of you are wondering where I've been. Blog posts have been few and far between lately and I'm here to provide an answer to my disappearance. <h3>Where Has She Been? You ask.</h3> I've been rather busy, hunting for and applying for my very own apartment. Yes, that time has come. I … Continue reading A New Beginning.
I'm going to be honest and admit a lack of inspiration is the reason for this post. I did a couple google searches and found this post by The Stented Papa. I'm going to answer all of these questions you see here below, and tag a few people who i hope will participate in the … Continue reading 100 Questions With 100 Answers.
Happy Monday everyone. It has been a while since my last post. I'm here tonight to change that however. I'm here with a few updates and notices of sorts. The Blind Creators Project. If you follow my writing account on twitter or even my personal one, you will have seen me tweeting about this on … Continue reading It’s all about the books. IE
Please Help. I need help. We need help. Everything turned bad really quick. This is Expedition Z13. I’m the student A35 that was sent with the crew. I’m not sure what… OK let me slow down. Everything is a bit hazy. We arrived a couple of units ago. Actually entering the orbit of the planet … Continue reading Flash Fiction Competition 3rd Place: Please Help.
Like works of art in a gallery, the internet provides us with many forms of visual content. When presented with images with an element of cuteness, people are able to laugh and coo with ease. Whenever i browse the internet, i am forced to avoid such content as i can not see it. As i … Continue reading Picture this.
I am proud to bring you our second place winner from the flash fiction competition. This is Footprints Through Time by Gabrielle Corbett. Footprints Through Time. The boots were always with her. No matter where she woke, no matter when she woke, the boots were always with her. It was as if the gods realized … Continue reading Flash Fiction Competition 2nd Place: Footprints Through Time
I am proud to bring you our first place winner from the flash fiction competition. This is Three Robots by Josh Taylor. Three Robots Walk into a BarThey ordered sarsaparillas. Robots always order sarsaparilla. I glanced in their direction as I pulled out the bottles to give to their waitress, Judy. They sat at a … Continue reading Flash Fiction Competition 1st place: Three Robots
The time has finally come to announce the winners of the Flash Fiction Competition We had a number of outstanding entries which made picking just three winners difficult. After many hours spent in deliberation, three amazing entries were finally chosen. It brings me great pleasure to announce our winners. 1st Place: Three Robots by Josh … Continue reading Announcement: Flash Fiction Competition Winners
The Book.It's been a while since I posted a book review, yet here one is. Today I'm reviewing Love Bites (Darkness & Light Duology Book 1) by TL Clark. You can purchase a copy from amazon. Description:Shakira didn’t fit in. The reason why is tragic… …but the solution is unbelievable. Moving to Wales was a … Continue reading Book Review: Love Bites (Darkness & Light Duology Book 1)
The last post on his Facebook is the cute photo of us reclining on the beach as the sun sets with our hands linked and a flower tucked behind my ear. My hair danced in the sea breeze as I laughed, while he leant in for a kiss. I can still remember what his lips felt like as they pressed into mine. If I try hard enough, I can still feel the warmth of his hands as he pulled me close and brushed my hair away from my face.
For tonight it would rest until tomorrow, where new troubles would lie. For tonight it would remain a house of dreams until it would become the house of horrors once more.
Blogs and idea creation. So, you have this thing called a blog. It is big and scary but hey. You have it anyway. You could have started your very own brand new shiny blog as a way to market your business, build on your writing skills, network, build your portfolio or even as a hobby. … Continue reading 69 Blog Post Ideas For When You Have None
I'd like to introduce our newest writer who has called herself Peppin The Panda. Peppin has written an introduction which can be found below. Hi! I’m “Peppin the Panda”. Outside of this blog, I am a University student in my final year of an Arts/Law degree. When I’m not studying, I love listening to music, … Continue reading Introducing Our Newest Writer
Hello everyone. I come to you today with an announcement. This morning i put the call out for permanent writers to join us. The call was answered by a good friend of mine who has joined our team. If you would like to join us, please get in contact with me. Now, to introduce our … Continue reading Introducing our first Permanent Writer.
Do you have something you'd like to share with the world? Perhaps you'd like to share your story. I'd like to invite you, the writers, artists, musicians, producers, creators, story-tellers, and anyone else with something to share to become a guest on the blog. Simply fill in This form answering all questions as best as … Continue reading Become a Guest
No You can't heal me, and it doesn't make me a super hero
We’ve got our first guest for this week, my best friend and talented writer Gabbi. She’s got a post for you about a project she started which she is hoping to make into a podcast. It’s a zombie survival story called The Affected: A Tale To End All Tales. Without further introduction, here’s her post. … Continue reading Guest post: The affected
I’ve read hundreds of books in the last three years and i hope to read more. There’s more to picking up a book than just reading the words. You get to know the characters and by association, the author. You laugh, cry, get scared, feel angry and ride the waves of emotion or terror depending … Continue reading Reviewing books
I’m looking for people who may be interested in writing as a guest writer here on Jaidie’s Words. You don’t need to be a pro blogger or published author, I’d like to give everyone a chance at having their work posted to the internet.