I was afraid of the London cold. I had to fight this burning fear myself. Trees blurred, as my train roared past. I was hidden inside my scarf. My religion, my beliefs, my opinions, irrelevant. 'Tickets Please!' Stranger's eyes assault my face, they don't bother looking away. They choose their seat carefully, relocating their … Continue reading Strangers Feud
So this is a small extract from my short story, 'Imperfections'. I used this as my final fiction piece for second year. This story is about people not being as they seem. There is a lot of character build up in the full story, where you see the main character, John, as he really is. … Continue reading Imperfections
*SPOILER ALERT* Well here it is... my first review! I'm not promising that this review will be the best thing you ever read, but here you are reading my writing and I am grateful. So, sit back and enjoy- which is something I am not doing as I write this because a GIANT -and by … Continue reading Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
“Like that one guy said: Good writers borrow, great writers steal. Welcome to the place where all things have been lifted, looted, and otherwise pilfered.” Daily short fiction, set with creative type and color, from Jenny Maloney. via Place for the Stolen — Discover Don't usually like flash fiction, but this blog holds some of the best … Continue reading Place for the Stolen — Discover
In less than one year, I will have completed -hopefully- the final year of my degree. Soon after I plan to go travelling as I want to see the world. This page will be full of my past, present and future adventures. What is life without ambition?
Hi, I'm Jodie. I am a passionate writer and have been since I could remember. I am currently completing the third year of my degree, English and Creative Writing. I love writing poetry, stories and reviews. In this blog, I would like to share with you my favourite pieces of writing including extracts. I am twent...een, enthusiastic about reading and … Continue reading Newbie…
Our relationship was thicker than metal, Yet louder than a boiling kettle. We both continued to shout, You were in the wrong, I wanted you out. Shooing you, like a flock of birds, Anger controlling all of my words. Pushing and shoving, you go out the door, Our relationship wasn't meant to be a chore. … Continue reading Cheat’s Perspective