These trials don't prepare the air for love by Sheepyblue This is a short extract from my novella 'Grenade Hearts'
No, we can't go back by Sheepyblue Writing prompt: Write about a character trying to find their way home. Is it really what you want? - An Adrian Story
Tangled Normalcy by Sheepyblue Chapter one of a story I may or not continue. Set in American during the 1930s, inspired by Of Mice and Men
Top 5 things not to do in school.... by Sheepyblue Honestly, these are important and valuable rules that should be obeyed absolutely.... Just a quick piece for the challenge
Give Me A Shot At The Night by Sheepyblue 'Seriously, stop working. Come on, let’s talk about what it would be like if the world was square' - A Joni and Adrian story
The Painted Planet: Prologue by Sheepyblue ‘And they all lived happily ever after!’ Prologue to a novel, I'm starting work on
Junk Mail by Sheepyblue Some things are hard to adjust to. Some times it's difficult to accept something is yours.
An A* to Zee Guide to Success by Sheepyblue 'Ignite your engines parked cars, let's watch overpopulation and poverty slosh away like excess bath water'. An article
Glittering Stars by Sheepyblue Remember, not all that sparkles is gold - it's probably just tacky glitter. An attempt at an article/non fiction
By the Pool by Sheepyblue 'Wonderful creations, cobwebs. They provide food for one and keep me off the streets.’ For the RW challenge, ~a (Victorian) Adrian story.
The White Room by Sheepyblue Set in a Utopian future. A faulty child is brought to the Rown house to get a second chance, as after all, a negative will become positive.
Grenade Hearts: part one by Sheepyblue A diary based story on the relationship between two quite different people. ‘We’re wronging our sides, But righting our battle wounds.'
Quiet Blue Mornings by Sheepyblue Just a piece inspired by a place. 'All night the windows watched the waves and the ferries roll in and out...'
Enemy Territory by Sheepyblue Adrenalin pumps through veins like an exploding coke bottle. I stay low and dark; part of the night.A poem to go with a story I'm working on
Revolution in the Antiques Market by Sheepyblue He was dreaming of paper, ink and pens and marks which couldn’t be erased... and his father warned him he'd end up with psychiatrics
Clingfilm by Sheepyblue Diamonds are forever... until they chip. A poem. Companion piece to 'The Wife' but you don't need to read that first
Dress and Boots by Sheepyblue Just a quick little character sketch. Somewhat related to the 'Adrian stories'
What we'll never do... by Sheepyblue People are probably thinking it’s some student/teacher relationship, with the way she’s acting..... An Adrian story
Vegas? by Sheepyblue Friendships are difficult affairs, and make for some very interesting ear-wigging. A Jaz and Ara story.
On its own accord by Sheepyblue Removing all distractions is very difficult when one is part of you. A random piece that came into my head whilst being distracted.
Collecting Ashes Horror • by Sheepyblue Melina has a strange collection, and a strange ambition too.
A Thousand Words? by Sheepyblue Have you ever tried to create a thousand words through a picture and failed miserably? A poem.
Cakes do the best talking. by Sheepyblue A Christmas dinner equivalent, the great outdoors, a chatty child. It's all rather awful isn't it? An Adrian story.
At least the numbers don't change by Sheepyblue Caj sighed as the screen of his Sustainipaper shifted suddenly to blackness
I want to break your heart darling. by Sheepyblue It was all rather ridiculous looking back, My jealous entrails, your face ugly from concentration. A lighthearted poem.
#weekendchallenge Where the Dreams can be Real by Sheepyblue Out of the big city and down into the back alleys. A poem.
When One Fell Under by Sheepyblue There's one under on the tube line today, how do you feel about it? A closer look at the theme in the poem in the form of a short story
Priorities by Sheepyblue Never before had she had so much hate for the word positive or the colour red.
A Mess of Soapsuds by Sheepyblue Sometimes leaving children to do the washing up when knives are lying around is a bad idea, well, if you're Adrian any way... An extract
Breakthrough I Love Cats • by vector8enocia Why it's important to never give up on someone you love.
More than just the second sex. by marthamwright Feminism is still among us and it still needs to be
Code Blue: Modern Feminism - STAT! by Thaddeus Atreides Modern feminism is dying and if we want that to change, it will require a revolution in how we think about women and their roles in society.
When my friends on the Island said they missed me. by Waland It been long overdue I long for a vacation
Memories and other fictional stories Childhood Memories • by zeudytigre How much is remembering an act of creation; how much is memory affected by where we are here and now?
Stop by zombiefodder So when people try to be deep…we've all had that feeling, right? WARNING: Contains heavy profanity. I just swear when I'm angry.
Always do sober what you said you’d do drunk by Aled Conor How suicidal writers helped me destroy my family’s shambolic tradition.
Taking Off Dung Coloured Glasses by Melanie Jean Juneau How I discovered joy in the midst of suffering
Learning to Pay Attention by Brian H. Gill Living in a world of wonder, pursuing truth, sharing what I find.
Crafting Characters: Objects by Lisa Vooght Use objects within your stories to add depth and meaning.
How to create your own happiness by Ellie Costigan Happiness will creep up on you when you least expect it
Dark was the night... Music • by Ally From 1900's Texas to Inter-stellar travel. Why Blind Willie Johnson's story teaches us that hope still lives on.
History is not a luxury, but a necessity. Multiculturalism • by plmnkoijbhu The importance of learning history.
5 ways of letting it fade... Calming Your Inner Storm • by itunu When everything that is negative fades away, perfection is complete. And so is happiness.
Everybody Else Has Their Lives Figured Out (But Me) Life Lessons • by May Chau In reality, things are rarely what they seem like at first glance and there is no single way for someone to have their life figured out.
Why the Inner Critic is Now My Greatest Ally by vector8enocia You are either your own best friend or greatest enemy.
The Night Drives by Brianne McDonald The highway spreads out beneath my truck like a black, pulsing vein.
What Makes a “Good” Parent? by Melanie Jean Juneau What makes a good parent? In one word? Humility. In two words? A sense of humour and humility.
Released love by Ovana's Eyes There are many ways to make love, but at the end of it all, let it be beautiful
Panther, Wolf, or Lamb Christianity • by Ralph Rickenbach Become who you are, not what is expected from you.