Brontë, Flash fiction, Juvenilia, Literature

Hidden Treasure: More Brontë Flash Fiction

Hidden Treasure Charlotte Brontë looked at the quill in her hand and felt irritable. Abandoning her writing and walking to the parsonage window, she reflected on her surroundings. Haworth’s cobbled streets and countryside had provided an excellent setting for her childhood adventures; the four surviving Brontë siblings had roamed the moors whenever the weather had… Continue reading Hidden Treasure: More Brontë Flash Fiction

Brontë, Lifestyle, Literature, Uncategorized

“I try to avoid looking forward or backward, and try to keep looking upward.”

For those who need to hear this today; you got this. You will get through whatever terrible thing is currently occupying your mind. It will pass. Time is a healer. Be patient. Be kind to yourself. Reader, stay safe.’ It's OK not to be OK. In the UK there are organisations such as The Samaritans,… Continue reading “I try to avoid looking forward or backward, and try to keep looking upward.”

Brontë, Juvenilia, Literature, Poetry

I’m Just Going to Write Because I Cannot Help It – a Flash Fiction Tribute to the Brontës

I recently came across a wonderful new Twitter account which asks for submission for 30 word stories. I’ve not been in the best of health recently and at times I’ve felt that nobody and nothing could ever pull me through – not even the Brontës. But whilst reading about flash fiction, an idea was born.… Continue reading I’m Just Going to Write Because I Cannot Help It – a Flash Fiction Tribute to the Brontës