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Fantasy Fiction: Prophecy

Prophet!” said I, “thing of evil! – prophet still, if bird or devil! – Whether Tempter sent, or whether tempest tossed thee here ashore,. Edgar Allan Poe.

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Fantasy Fiction Dragon Stone

Dragon Stone: Moonstone

“Dragon Stones,” Eldritch Mortain began, “are elusive. scrolls allude to them and yet remain ambiguous.” Archmage lecture, An Introduction to Elder Law, Mythical Reality.

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DHAMPIR.

Time slips in minds that drift unfocused. Something The Amanuensis frequently reminds me often from an ice prison far in the future. Long and long has the hibernation of written word escaped logic. Now is now, and the time to explore begins once more.

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Short Story Prompt for January “Park.” #BlogBattle.

Monthly writing prompts for writers needing practice, support and a friendly community. Try something new this year

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Phantasmagoria. A Fantasy fiction short story.

“Elder Mages remain an enigma. A lost civilisation whose relics have become weapons of the Gods.” Jeremiah Delalande

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Short Story Prompt for March “Fragment.” #BlogBattle.

Do you like writing? A short story, poem or memoir? We’re here to help with monthly writing prompts.
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Brexit Warrior. A Political Parody Cabinet Meeting.

Brexit Warrior. In an alternative reality the Cabinet intends to at least complete the Agenda set out previously…

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February Short Story Prompt “Revolution.” #BlogBattle.

If you’re a writer, or even if you aren’t, times at present are difficult with the Covid 19 pandemic. We’re here to help support writers during hard times.
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Collective Responsibility

In an alternative reality Cabinet meets to discuss matters of strategy with some urgency. A pandemic and Brexit loom large.

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January BlogBattle writing prompt. All welcome to this small writing community

January Short Story Prompt “Blank.” #BlogBattle.

If you’re a writer, or even if you aren’t, times at present are difficult with the Covid 19 pandemic. We’re here to help support writers during hard times.
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