Sir Edmund Orme, a breakdown and analysis of the short story by Henry James. Written by Magpie Stories
A short playscript. Something a little different from Magpie Stories. I hope you have a… pleasant time listening.
In this 45 minute writing challenge I had one goal. Find a random image online, have 45 minutes to write it and then see what happened. (Oh I did have five minutes to edit). By the way those of you who enjoy all things arboreal, you might want to consider being careful in the woods, especially at night.
In these stories I have tried something new. Each is exactly two hundred and fifty words. For some not more than a paragraph. Two hundred and fifty words to create three (maybe) unrelated tales that are designed to unsettle you my dear audience.
Do you want to know how to write horror? These tips might be the ones for you.
A tale from Magpie Stories, what would happen if you found a book and helped to tell its story? We all know no harm can come from a story… right?
Who can tell what is really going on in this mad world? It is all a matter of perspective.
No one likes interviews, feeling uncomfortable and stuffy, this place, this feeling. Isaac knows nothing is wrong. I mean nothing is wrong with this place… right?
A Christmas Reunion – Caleb needs to face it again, to face her one last time
The opening of my novel (a work in progress). Surely for James, nothing could be safer than being at his Grandma’s house?