The Week in Review
What I’ve Written
Sunday: Tiffany and What We Think We Know
When what people think they know isn’t what actually happened, it can cause problems for writers.
Monday: Save Us
Twin girls have an inventive plan to get themselves out of a difficult situation.
Tuesday: Group Meeting Chapter 7
I didn’t get something written in time, so here’s something I prepared earlier…
Wednesday: To My Younger Self
Life is hard right now, it will get harder. But the road’s not at an end, you’ll go much farther.
Thursday: The Red
A member of the Human Defence Unit has been given a strange card.
Friday: Boss Cat
Princess is taking charge.
Saturday: Family Lies Chapter 12: Sunday Lunch
A quiet lunch with the family does not go as expected.
A Blast from the Past
February 2022: Lance and Arthur
A story of two men, leading two very different lives.
What I’ve Read
A Problematic Potion (100 Word Fantasy Story) short story by Lady Jabberwocky (Write with Heart) Apparently, potions can go wrong. I suspect the pixie.
Jeopardy! short story by Nancy Richie (The Elephant’s Trunk) A woman is stalked by an ex-boyfriend. A good story. A bit of danger. A bit of why doesn’t she do something about that? A bit of a surprise at the end.
My Feline Friend poem by Emma Grigg (EJ Grigg author) A heartfelt poem in praise of a much-loved cat.
The reviews list is a bit light-on because my week has been full-on. Hopefully, normality will resume as soon as I work out what normality is anyway. (Yes, I did just steal and modify a line from Douglas Adams.)
If I read it and I like it, or find it interesting, it goes in here. I try to only include one item from any single author in a week (even if I loved a number of things they published), because otherwise the list would get over-long.
I don’t do paid reviews, but I do accept recommendations, and even review copies of books, so if you’d particularly like me to review something, tell me about it.
A Look at a Book
Fred Flamingo Wants to Dance
Fred Flamingo has left his friends and his lake, and has gone to look for someone who can teach him how to dance. Will he find what he’s looking for?
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