Fiction · Re-blog

Fiction: Cinderella and Her Diamond Heels #fiction #amwriting #cinderellamythmaker 

Originally posted on Mandibelle16:
Thank you to?Anne at I Think, I Say, I Do?and?Theresa Baker – Lab Notes?for hosting the #cinderellamythmaker?Cinderella: Collaboration Project. Credit: – Cinderella Cleaning Bubbles Cinderella could feel her back begin to ache as she washed the floors by hand. The mansion she now cleaned had been her father’s mansion before…

Fiction · Re-blog


Originally posted on The Muses' Emporium:
This post is part of the challenge from Anne J., of and Theresa, of, to write a new version of the Cinderella story. I write it in honor of my son, who is transgender, Adrien Lawyer Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico. ?…

Fiction · Re-blog


Originally posted on Aweni:
Used to chew on rags and soot Then Ella’s prince came set us free Now we chew on royal rugs …..Ella’s friends 🙂 A young fairy called Hilda lived with her stepfather Some people knew her as Cinderella Very young, poor Hilda had lost her dear mother She had been left…


The Perfect Pair (Flash Fiction)

I can’t seem to make the deadline of the Cracked Flash Fiction Competition (recommended by Ronel the Mythmaker); I receive the emails on a Saturday evening at about 8pm and there just isn’t enough time… But, I’m giving it a go anyway; the writing part anyway. Since I can’t submit anymore, I’m posting it here.…… Continue reading The Perfect Pair (Flash Fiction)