Wednesday’s 300 Words

Flash Fiction – Photo prompt

Unforeseen Exile

There was a time when the worlds were not visible to each other. We were all human and lived in blissful denial of anything existing outside of Earth.
Three years ago Kochara was discovered and they closed off the area to outsiders. Towns nearby were all overtaken by the military and they were bought out with the excuse of building a military base with a lot of heavy security at every road in.
Kochara is a universe that is parallel to Earth. It is accessed through large glacier opening in the middle Chain Lake. I live in the forest near the lake and not many know that I am here. I was able to keep hidden and explore when the military presence was lower and the Klon family in Kochara have helped me hide when the area near my home on earth was being investigated. So far no human has discovered me.
Today I woke at the Klons, when the rumble started. It is just a bit of a vibration, shaking the floor and surrounding items on the shelves around me. Weird.
I go into the living room and find the Klons gathered there, with the looks of fear on their faces.
Mr. Klon looks at me and says, “You must leave immediately Ammorah, I fear the humans are closing the rift. If they succeed, you will be stuck here in Kochara. Hurry, let’s go!”
We rush to the hill. As we approach the top, we feel another huge vibration that shakes us so hard we tumble down the embankment, rolling all the way to the bottom. We stand a little shaken as we see the ice and snow fall into the opening, closing Earth off from Kochara.
I fall to my knees sobbing, “That’s my home! IT’S GONE!!”

By: CK Quill

Tuesday’s Top 10 List

Today’s top 10 list is all about beating writer’s block. This list is just some of the ways that a person can beat writers block. Whether you are a poet, an author or even an aspiring writer, we all hit writers’ block at times. These are some of the ways that we can beat it.

  1. Set a daily writing time!
  2. Read other writers you love.
  3. Read book on writing.
  4. Take 10 minutes to write – even just momentary thoughts.
  5. Set concrete goals and reward yourself when you reach them.
  6. Write poorly. Give yourself permission!
  7. Mix it up or skip sections. Skip the part you’re stuck on till later.
  8. Use thought bubbles to expand your idea.
  9. Change your writing location. Fresh space, fresh thoughts!
  10. Plan writing dates. Get together with a writing buddy to just write.

Some of these ideas have worked for me and I wanted to share. I find the biggest one so far has been to write every day. If I take a day or two off then the writers block is more likely to happen as I am no longer in the writers frame of mind.

Hope these ideas help you combat writers block when you get it.

Poetry Friday’s

This week my poem is all about grieving. There is so much around us. I wrote this poem during a time of losing some dear friends and a friend losing a child. Poetry helps me process my emotions and grieve. Hope it helps you too!

Grieving Death

Thursday’s Three

Three Motivational quotes for writers

Enjoy. I hope it gives you the inspiration to write like it did for me! See you tomorrow for Poetry Friday’s.