What would you do if you found yourself on the front pages of every newspaper for the wrong reason?
What would a world without strawberries and mint look like?
What lurks at the bottom of your garden?
Her life was about to end, but there was hope.
All she wanted was some fun, but she got more than she bargained for.
Would you like to move in with me?
What could possibly go wrong when looking for unicorns?
What and who is waiting on the other side of the The Porthole?
When was the last time ‘five minutes’ mattered to you?
Not everything is what it seems, is it?
Can you solve the riddle of Twelfth Night?
Do you believe in the magic of Christmas?
What do you see through the viewfinder of your camera? Is it really there?
What happens if you don’t put your clocks back an hour before going to bed?
Last week, I had the pleasure of sharing one of my short stories, The Bridegroom, over on the blog of Richard Ankers. Click on the link
Will you change the way you apply your lipstick after reading this short story?
Introducing ‘Promoting Young Authors.’ ‘The Final Day Of Hell’ is a short story written by 13-year-old Evan John, from Swansea, South Wales, in the UK. Evan is looking for feedback on his story and writing, so please do leave him some.
Was it really love at first site, or were there other intentions at play? Welcome to my summerhouse. Thank you for joining me.
Is anybody listening to this cry for help from the last person alive on planet Earth?
Could this be the last known moments of the planet Earth?
Do you believe in Father Christmas? Hop on over to Sally Cronin’s blog where I’m a guest storyteller today and I’ll tell you why
What does an iPad, a Cadbury’s Creme Egg and A Story Telling Ape all have in common?
How WordPress Helped Me Conquer Having Dyslexia.
Will Juliet find happiness on the other side of this door?
Christmas Magic In The Kingdom of Magia – A ‘Tales From The Garden’ Christmas Special by Sally Cronin.
Florence Anita Brown had waited patiently for her item to arrive and when it arrived she was over the moon with it. Ever