A collection of poetry
Letting my romantic side run free. Most written on the run up to my wedding which like my writing, came late.
A Q&A from Spineless Wonders' online bookclub, with Sam George-Allen about blending fiction and non-fiction. In her book 'I Put a Spell on You', Sam explores how certain practices of women today mirror the work of their spell-casting ancestors. Pa...
Ways To Make People Fall In Love With Your Product
A collection of short stories.
New fantasy fiction story currently in progress
Love comes when it's supposed to, but the two people in love don't always stay.
Alex and Beck have a…complicated history. After a prank gone awry in high school devastates Alex she refuses to speak to Beck and completely cuts him out of her life.
Fast forward ten years and a chance meeting sends them hurtling back into one a...
How can Alex communicate with the beautiful foreign woman whose eyes search his soul? When he saw her he knew they were meant to each other. But there was one problem. They didn't speak the same language!
When Tawny's computer is hacked and some of her stories stolen, she gets no help from the police at all. Even when someone starts spying on her and calling her home phone, they do nothing to help. After an invitation to a fancy dinner, she meets t...
White Board Fiction Grub is an ongoing collection of flash fiction by Adam Christopher. Fiction for nobody.
Fan fic of 1D
A compilation of short stories. Basically, this is your free-for-all if you want to see what I'm all about. A little bit of everything.
I concentrate hard on the icing swirls of the cakes before me. First a golden sheaf of wheat, then the pale green of grass, and even some blue to represent sky, I suppose. I don't really know. I'm in a quiet zone where nothing can touch me, and it...
A short piece of Flash Fiction
How the Pit-Bull's reputation formed from history
Marie Pascal is a French governess in a very, very, English household, and while it's perhaps less than ideal, it could be worse. And when all else fails, she at least has her diary to write her feelings down in (when she's not losing it, that is)...
My entry for the 500-word contest :) I'm fond of this piece. I think I'll make something more of it.
Robert, a retired teacher and stubborn, oft-times hotheaded Vietnam vet of routine, and Lottie, a vivaciously independent former nurse, and devoted wife and mother, have been married for nearly five decades. They’ve handled what life has thrown at...