• Where It All Went Wrong | 15

    “We need to leave.” Sullivan was out the door before Lucy even had time to finish her toast. She rolled her eyes, pushing off the counter and following him out. “You should probably eat,” she mumbled after stuffing the rest…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 13

    “Sullivan, cool it.” Lucy groaned, letting her head fall into the cushions of her couch. He had not stopped pacing since they found the hidden staircase in the blueprints of her shop. “We just need to wait a little longer,”…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 10

    “I’m going to…” Lucy stumbled over her feet and pointed to the door. She left the house with all eyes on her. Whether it was information overload or the fact that she might actually believe them, fresh air was needed.…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 9

    Outside, Sullivan motioned Lucy to stay close behind him. “Act casual.” Lucy held in a snort. There was nothing casual about the situation. As soon as she looked behind them, people dressed to perfection in white suits were on their…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 7

    “I definitely did not write the book.” Lucy stood facing the  group, Piper, Enzo, and Sullivan, from the village in the woods. She took a step back. “It’s like a hundred years old.” “Lucy,” Enzo chuckled, “hasn’t anyone ever told…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 6

    The men stayed close to Lucy the entire way. She still didn’t know where they were going, but Sullivan had called it the village. She just wasn’t sure if he was being literal or not. The sun had started to…

  • 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…

  • Sneak Peak: A Hero’s Secret

    I’ve been slacking on the creative writing portion of my blog, so I thought I’d give a little bit of a preview into my story I’m currently working on. This one will be the first that I’ll try to publish, whether…

  • Mirror, Mirror

    Mirror, Mirror: What if your mirror started talking to you? The time it spent Holland to get home was cut in half compared to the usual. She expertly handled the awkward half walk, half run all the way to her…

  • Different Letters, Different Places

    Write a story using a different letter for each sentence (repeats allowed, but not consistently). After her run, Josie wandered slowly back to her house, trying to delay her meeting with lovely Aunt Betsy. Betsy did nothing to actually be an…