Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Are you ready to join the WWBH?

This weeks Writer Wednesday blog hop is brought to you courtesy of Tena Carr at Jottings and Writings.

She has all the details for this weeks photo reveal, plus the stories from last weeks prompt.

Tena, it's over to you ...


Okay, I admit it.... I'm totally brain dead and completely forgot to put out the WWBH Kick-Off for this week. Is there an alarm (or app or something) that screams, yells, jumps up and down and then reaches out and smacks you upside the head??? Ohhh welll better late than never write (I mean right)...

So let's get the 



Just a reminder for you guys and gals who have played along before (and too for you new folks),

The rules are as follows:
1) Try to keep your word count down to around 500 - no worries, we're not  
     counting. Just try to keep from getting too lengthy.
2) You must use the 2 pictures OR the 1 picture/5 words in your story  
     (depending on what the host decides to use - I'll be revealing mine in just a bit, 
     I promise).
3) Link your story up using linky tool below. Stories submited will be announced 
     in next week's blog hop kick-off
4) This is most important... Have fun with this and let those creative juices flow

This week, by luck of the draw... We're doing 2 pictures. As per rules above, you must incorporate both pictures into your story (and please try to keep within, or close to, the 500 word limit - really makes it easier for people to read if not to lengthy & we are doing short stories here :-) )

So here's your two pictures for this week:



When you're done with your story be and sure and link to the linkzy frog below. 

You can always contact the host (where your reading this blog hop kick-off) for assistance if your having trouble or leave them a comment with url to your story and they'll get you entered in.


After you're done, be sure and check out these stories from last week's Blog Hop: 

The Waiting Game by Sally Scribbles  



  1. No, there isn't an app that will do that, but my alarm on my phone goes off repeatedly until I silence it--so that helps! I actually post all my blogs to deploy at a set time--but that can be dangerous if, for some reason, you mean to go back and correct something and it posts before you do that!

    1. Ooh, I've done that! I love the pre-scheduling tool, it's great for planning ahead. Phone alarms are good too, anything to help the rubbish memory circuits!