Tag Archives: fantasy

Free The Magic #blogbattle #creativewriting

Roland Colander had a problem. He had overcome many in his life to date, but this one looked likely to be the mother of all buggerations. He read the edict again and sighed. If this was true, his life’s work … Continue reading

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Career Options #writephoto

Cynthia Der Ella pulled off her rubber gloves and took a step back. Running a cleaning company in any magical realm was a challenge but in Fairyland… well, no one had yet written the book, had they? From composting bean … Continue reading

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Pettifore And The Duster Of Doom #writephoto

Pettifore Ptarmigan entered adulthood on the 27th February via a set of steps and a badly painted door. He knew he was finally a grown up because the crowd in the small poorly lit room – which oddly smelt of … Continue reading

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An Opening For A Superhero

,A year ago I wrote a little piece of fantasy; today I read a description of the urban fantasy genre. I think this is a close cousin – the urbane fantasy maybe.. see what you think? The Shadow ran a … Continue reading

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In Which Seven People Form A Fantasy Support Group #flashfiction #microcosms

‘Hello everyone. Have you all grabbed a soda? Good. We have a new joiner this week. Do you want to tell us who you are and what your addiction is?’ ‘Hello. My name is Buffy. I’m a vampire slayer.’ ‘Another … Continue reading

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Nanthology – Mr Dandy and the Chalk Door

Nanowrimo is a compelling challenge to write 50,000 words during November: that’s an average of 1667 words per day. My plan is to write a set of 30 short stories each 1667 words long instead.  Each story comes from a prompt, a lot from fellow … Continue reading

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