Practice Write: “She had nothing but an orange to defend herself.”

Prompt by Essi Park: “She had nothing but an orange to defend herself.” Notes: The one in which I shamelessly write fanfiction (and fail at deductive crime writing). Watson had one foot firmly planted on the ground above him and the other wedged underneath the gnarled roots of the tree. The roots had grown oddly, fantastically one … Continue reading Practice Write: “She had nothing but an orange to defend herself.”

The Art of reading coffee stains: Practice: Mar. 19, 2017

Prompt by Essi Park: "That was not a coffee stain." That was not a coffee stain, June decided. It was probably a drip from a leaky pipe, or a misdirected splotch of molasses. Cheap ink?. No no, dry wine. Earl grey. Ketchup? Soy sauce. Blood. "June, the table isn't going to clean itself." June looks … Continue reading The Art of reading coffee stains: Practice: Mar. 19, 2017