The walk back from work was cold, dark and miserable. Alice had to walk home from work every night as she didn’t like to sit on a bus in traffic for over an hour, when her walk home was just a mere fifteen minutes. But it always felt longer in the winter, as if she… Continue reading Writing excerpt | (Chapter 1 scene 1) – NOT edited
You know how i mentioned about writing a book a million times? Then i mentioned that 'this idea was the one' Then i said it again and again, then i had the 'Give me back my flowers' Was going to be the ONE! - K that is still will be something, eventually - One… Continue reading Sunday Chit chat | I did it, i wrote my first chapter.
It was officially March, spring began to peak through and the world started to work properly again. Erin hated the few months of a new year, because everyone was resolution mad. Her social media feed would be flooded with gym statuses and photo’s of food prep or healthy eating. “Eat clean, get lean” -… Continue reading Writing excerpt #2 (not edited, possible mistakes)| Give me back my flowers
WELL - My weekend has been gross. It's put me behind lots, and then now i start worrying about Monday because i so much to do. Okay, so today my new fridge freezer came today because my other one had it's day. It was second hand anyways, so i knew i wouldn't a full… Continue reading I hate you Sunday! | Diary 24.01.18
About the family Aurora moved to Newcrest seeking a life of success. She worked her way up in the public relations career whilst living in a cosy small home perfect for one. With just the company of her dog, she thrived and succeed without pressure, whilst saving every inch of her moving by remaining… Continue reading The Chapman Family introduction | Sims 4
Hey folks, I've written a lil ole story that's part of a fiction/ photo prompt over at Story Empire and you can check out the full post if you also wish to take part in some writing, clicky here >>> https://storyempire.com/2018/01/05/friday-fiction-prompt/ Can i just thank https://coldhandboyack.wordpress.com/ for pointing me in the right direction and highly suggest you follow… Continue reading Father