Saturday Storytime

How can you write an entire novel when you don’t have time?

I wrote this rough first draft in one year.

Each scene is approximately 500 words.

There’s no denying the story needs layering, revision, stretching, and editing – BUT
the first draft is where you start.

You can do this.

One scene at a time. Make the time.

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(Feature art by Schnekk)

Shadows

Lights!

Two Options

Three Minutes

Lily Quee

Rags and Rhymes

Six Mothers

A Decision Too Late

Jackie, Jackie

A Lovely and Unexpected Visit

Diddle on Mason

The Stalks

A Murmur

The West End

Rhubarb Wine

Kidnapped

Laughter

A Hostile Hostel 

The Plan and a Few Questions

A Close Call

Steady as Stone

Wakeful

To The Death

A Busy Place

The Crescent Moon

Think Beyond 

Melody The Mage

Do You Know?

Hook and Fish

Practice

Up!

Street Preacher

Mother Melody

The Resistance

Grimsby’s Send-Off 

A Bit Of Drink

Careful What You Wish For

Trust the Plan

Errant Children

Sisters

The Fathers

Tough Love

Some Rules

Trickster

Boundaries

Motherhood

“We”

A New Job

Make It Rain

Old Friends

Catching Up

Lily’s Contract

THE END!