This week’s Indie Ink Challenge came from Chaos Mandy, who gave me this prompt: Ghosts and Ghouls. I challenged Liz Culver with the prompt: Your worst nightmare just turned into the best thing ever.
She felt like she was being watched, again. That was impossible though, as she was laying in bed beside her sleeping new husband. The feeling grew so intense that she opened her eyes. Her eyes would not focus in the darkness of the room. There was no light coming into the room through the open curtains – there was no moon. Still the feeling grew stronger. This had been going on for a week – the week before her wedding. Continue reading
**This post is part of Indie Ink’s Weekly Writing Challenge. Mare was my Challenger this week. Her topic to me was “Write the story of your or your character’s name.” I in turn challenged Disease .**
My name is Sherree. The name is french, I’m not. Please note that there are two “R’s” and two “E’s” in my name. There are no “I’s” or “Y’s”. It is not pronounced “Sherry.” Thinking phonetically, it would be “Suree.” Considering the inspiration, it should have been “Cherie.”
**This post is part of Indie Ink’s Weekly Writing Challenge. Rachel was my Challenger this week. Her topic to me was “time travel and walk us through the one event you wish you could have been at in history.” I in turn challenged Head Ant .**
The man was tired. Tomorrow was going to be a long day and he still had work ahead of him. He got up from the writing desk he had sat at, stretched, and walked to the huge bay window of the house he was staying in. He stared out the window without really seeing. His mind reviewed the writing he left on the desk. He had drafted, rather hurriedly, the speech at home and knew as he traveled to this house, that there was more that needed to be said. This speech required no research, the occasion for the speech was enough. It would reflect how he felt.