Part I I saw her coming, leather lead in hand. Kicking up flaky, orange mud. The mongrel didn’t see me; I was hidden beneath the leaf of the palm tree, waxy hood disguising my eager spike. She was laughing, sun-bleached blonde bob bouncing with each step. I had to do it, especially when I saw … Continue reading Lesson from a Thorn
Here is a glimpse of the characters I'm working on and a story that I'm itching to get on the page. Love, magic, sacrifice and loss- what more would you expect with a war on the horizon? Character 1 Character 2 Character 3 Character 4 Laura Marie Copyright: Laura Davis © 2018, all rights reserved.
On January 1st 2017 I posted about my New Year's Resolutions, and with the year almost over, I wanted to see how far I've come with the promises I made to myself. Shamelessly and unselfishly, I focused on putting myself first and did all the things that make me happy. I pushed with my writing, … Continue reading Reflecting on 2017
Their fate had been written in the chimes of St Mary de Haura’s clock. She’d known, from the moment that she’d seen him standing at the back wall of the church looking up at the mass dial, that they were looking for the same thing. But she’d also known that he was going to be … Continue reading Sade’s Search: short story snippet
At the beginning of the month - fresh from the stress of end of year exams and assignments - I packed up a small suitcase and set off down to Cornwall with my gals from uni. Our trip started on Friday, 6:45 am sharp (although, two of us had been awake since 4 am) at … Continue reading To Newquay