• Where It All Went Wrong| 14

    They had no trouble getting back to the village. It surprised Lucy, but she didn’t voice it. It didn’t stay on her mind for long. It was only Piper in the house. She was writing in a notebook, sitting at…

  • Where It All Went | 4

    “You shouldn’t be reading that.” The man in white spoke again, this time slower and more pronounced. Lucy had heard him the first time, but that didn’t mean she could move to acknowledge it. She was a true deer in…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 3

    The morning couldn’t come quick enough for Lucy. She raced out of the house with a jacket haphazardly thrown on her shoulders and one shoe untied. That book was a problem on her mind. The early crowd was in full…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 2

    The snap of cover hitting paper echoed through the room. Lucy all but tossed the book back on the highest self, wide-eyed and crooked-browed. The chance of an author sporting her exact name was very high—the book had to have…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 1

    The shelves in the old shop had a layer of dust that floated in the air when sunlight hit. Despite the store being completely cleared out by the previous owner, a few knick knacks were left in the grime. A young…

  • Charlie | Ep. 8

    Ep. 8 It was so wrinkled, wrinkled to the point where it was soft. The words were almost completely faded. The corners were starting to tear.           10 tonight at the park. I’m leaving.  Charlie had…

  • Dream Catcher

    Fantasy: Write about fairies, gnomes, elves, or other mythical creatures. Kate took a deep breath, closed her eyes, and slowly let it out. She felt her body melt into the air around her and just like that, she was a…

  • Charlie | Ep. 7

    “Charlotte, you are missing dust. Don’t skip the corners.” Charlie nodded towards her mother, but refrained from eye contact. This was her punishment, cleaning. A couple of weeks ago, she had neglected to leave a note with her whereabouts when…

  • Charlie | Ep. 6

    “What’s so funny?” Evan jogged back over, holding the poop bag an arms distance away. Charlie giggled. “Worst part of the job?” He scratched the back of his neck, looking to his outstretched arm. “Yeah, I don’t really like it.”…

  • Charlie | Ep. 5

    Ep. 5 Charlie dragged out each step as she once again, made the trek home. She took the long way, winding through parks, staying on sidewalks until they ended, and going around every block. Her eyes drifted upward to match…