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
she sat at the base of the tree and let loose a long, low howl aimed at the moon. She howled for her friends, her pack, her family, and him. The here and now were not important. Only that point in time mattered, for they had gone. All of them, gone. The rival pack had … Continue reading Wolf’s Rage
She huddled in the corner of her seat and clutched the tattered photograph to her chest. Not wanting to let go of the last memory she had of them, she ignored the tears that flowed down her cheeks. She didn't care that her makeup was ruined. All she focused on was the photo. Not even … Continue reading New Beginnings
Back in may, I was challenged by my partner to write one flash fiction piece a day for the month of June. I was bad and missed the first five days, but here we are on the sixth. I'll be posting one flash fiction piece for each day in June. You can find all of … Continue reading 30 Days Of Flash Fiction Challenge.
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
As I leaned back in my chair i emptied my goblet of its contents and placed it on the small table beside me. With a long exhalation of breath that was more for show than anything i gazed about the bar, my gaze landing on a beauty with hair as black as night and unusual … Continue reading Nightshade
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.
IN this one, you are smiling. Standing there in your black jeans, boots and t-shirt you look happy. One would even say care free. You don’t look like you have any secrets, but I know you do. I saw you there that night, silver knife glinting in your hand, the blade curved in a sinister … Continue reading Flash Fiction: The photo.
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
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At a monthly writers group I attend we looked at This poem. We then wrote our own. Here is mine. I am from I am from life and love From a father and mother I am from close family and the extended members too From Grandmother, grandfather and warm hugs and kisses on cheeks I … Continue reading I Am From: A Poem
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.