Thank you to everyone who took part in the competition!
And the winner is………..
Melanie Slater! Keep an eye on your email inbox, I’ll be emailing you soon!
*this is a paid review. payment was in the form of the Wrap reviewed being made especially for me to review and keep for personal use*
Thank you for watching the review of my Owl Paneled Wrap by Joy and Joe Baby Wear.
As promised, here is some more information.
You can buy direct from the Joy and Joe online store.
Plain Wraps start from £19.99
Pattered Wraps start from £21.99
Paneled Wraps start from £23.99
Woven Wraps start from £44.00
The Wraps are suitable from birth up to a weight of 16kg.
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I have often made up stories in my head, stories about faeries, witches, demons, vampires. It may come as no surprise to people that my favourite genre to read is the supernatural and preternatural genre. Whether it be paranormal romance, thriller, or horror, if it has werewolves, were-animals, vampires, faeries etc in it, then most likely I will read it.
Sometimes however when trying to take these ideas I have and put them to paper, or word document as the case sometimes is, the idea just disappears. It seems my muse of creativity and writing just gets up and wanders off. How I would love to be an established author. But I realise that becoming an established author doesn’t come easy (for most people anyway).
In an attempt to get my creative juices flowing, I decided to write some short stories, that will, hopefully, develop into something more. Like perhaps a book. Or a series of books, maybe, maybe not. In my attempt to get the juices flowing, I thought I’d find a writing challenge generator, and over to my friend Google, I searched. I found Seventh Sanctum. I got some ideas, but others just made me laugh. They most certainly are a “challenge”. Here are a few of my favourite ones.
· The story takes place in the late evening. A character will have their hair cut, but the action is misinterpreted.
· The story must have a theologian in it. The story must have dust appear in the middle.
· The story must have a fish in it.
· A character dyes their hair, but the action is misinterpreted. The story is set in a desecrated temple. During the story, there is an assassination.
· During the story, there is a dramatic discovery. The story must have a barracuda at the beginning.
I’m not entirely sure, what my attempt at writing will produce, but I can’t imagine it. Maybe I’m not trying hard enough. Perhaps I’ll try to write something with the above ideas and see what happens.
I’m going to open this up to my readers, can you come up with a short story featuring some (if not all) of the above challenges? I am considering a prize for the best story, so stay tuned and get writing!