Sketching Uncertainty

A small moment that takes place at the end my previous story "Mother and Child" Isabelle studied her sketch of her newly found mother. It’d felt almost unearthly to finally draw the woman who’d been a mystery for so long. The eyebrows still weren’t quite right, though. There was also too much white space beside her,... Continue Reading →

The Step

She stood in the doorway, looking at the path in front of her, imagining the miles ahead, the tiring journey, the resources she'd need to reach her destination and what those resources would cost, the strangers she would meet on her way, and how reliant she'd be on their good will. She thought about how... Continue Reading →

Drabble: Charcoal Prison

Jonathan and I collapsed onto the coal-covered ground and gave in to the exhaustion. Being imprisoned in a drawing  hadn’t been on the list things we’d prepared for when we’d woken up that morning, and because of that we weren’t ready for tearing down a wall made of runes so Gobelen could zap us home.... Continue Reading →

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