Wednesday, 16 July 2014

The new blog hop photo reveal!

It seems like an age since I last hosted the Writer Wednesday blog hop, but here I am again to take the lead.

It's taking much longer than I anticipated to adjust to life as a mother of two, and still make time for my own things. You'd think I learnt this the last time, that young baby's take up a lot of time and energy!

I've been finding it hard to get my rhythm back in writing anything, and what better way to get myself going again than with this wonderful weekly hop.

Before we get down to this weeks photo reveal, let's check out the stories submitted for last weeks prompt from Tena:
Adams First Lesson by Scott Taylor

Jakovs Travels by Debb Stanton

A Boy's Imagination  by Tena Carr

Please check out these stories and remember to leave some comment of encouragement, you know how we writers enjoy a boost ;-)

And now for the new photo reveal ...

Following on from Tena last week I, too, am going to use two pictures for the prompt.

I know you're all pretty familiar with the rules by now, but just in case you're not:

  • There is either one picture and five random words or two pictures given out each Wednesday, which are to be used in the story.

  • The word count must be 500 words or less.

  • The deadline to link up is Tuesday of the following week.

  • Most importantly, have fun! 

Here is the link to load up your story,




  1. I adore that hand shot! So adorable. :)

    1. Thanks Christine. My two lovely girls together.

  2. I love the pics! Great prompts! Good luck to all the writers, and have a great weekend, Heather. :)

    1. Thanks Lexa, you should drop by some time and enter a story!

  3. The hands did it for me. Lovely picture.

    1. Thanks LD. It was one of those impromptu pictures, but if I planned it you can guarantee neither of them would've sat still!

  4. Love the hands, too. Good luck to everyone!

    1. Thanks Catherine, and thanks for stopping by.

  5. Hi Heather. I just came by to see how you were doing. It's tough getting into the new routine, isn't it? But you must be doing okay.

    Love the pictures, especially the hand shot. Gorgeous.

    Good luck to all who participate. (As you know I have my hands full with WEP for now.)


    1. Hi Denise. Thanks for stopping by. It certainly is tough adjusting to a big addition to family life. And I'd just got used to how it used to be too!

      Sorry I haven't done anything for WEP for so long, I'll try and get something done for one of the next editions.