Kobe Bryant

Reading time: 2 mins

I can’t remember exactly when but I can remember exactly where; my Uncles house in Dundee with my cousin Stuart. I can’t recall how it came about, but I’m guessing it was around about the time I was playing basketball for the school house team, and as my cousin also played it’s possible we’d been…

Tennis

Reading time: < 1 min

The post is written in response to a prompt from Genre Scribes: Friday Fiction Writing Challenge #29 — Tennis. I think the part I loved the most was when I was first released. That whooooosh, the rush of fresh air as the can was popped open, the golden light that greeted me as I tumbled…

The Interview

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The post is written in response to a prompt from Genre Scribes: Friday Fiction Writing Challenge #29 — Interview. Of course I was nervous, who wouldn’t be. The weeks of waiting now boiled down to the next couple of hours. I closed my eyes, focused my breathing, and thought of the conversations I’d had to…

Happy 4th Birthday

Reading time: 3 mins

Another year has passed and wow what a year you’ve had! OK, so I’d best mention your Mummy and Daddy getting married first, I guess, as it was a pretty big day in their life and I know how happy they were to have you there (don’t tell your Mum but I think you might…

Aims not goals

Reading time: 3 mins

I’ve already stated that my main resolution for 2020 is to be more mindful when I use social media. My reasoning is that I want to waste less time aimlessly scrolling, to give me more time to do other things that I get more personal value from, things that I know are good for me…

Damage

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The post is written in response to a prompt from Genre Scribes: Friday Fiction Writing Challenge #28 — Damage. “Look at you, with your designer pant suit, that flashy watch, and just look at your new £200 hairdo, aren’t you just so fuckin trendy! Put down that Starbucks cup and take a proper look at…

Same hae meat

Reading time: 6 mins

Welcome to the year 2020! A new year has arrived and with it a new resolve is found and plans are forged; a time of personal goals and improvements, a time to re-invent, to start over, to become a better you! To help you in your quest you’ll be pleased to find there are many…

Village

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The post is written in response to a prompt from Genre Scribes: Friday Fiction Writing Challenge #27 — Literature. The breeze rustled through straw rooftops as it gently buffeted its way through the village. Adam rose from the table, walked over to the stove and lifted the lid from the bubbling pot. He inhaled deeply…