Have you posts a short story recently that you would like to share.. then read the post and follow the submission guidelines so you can put our link in the right place to be noticed… head over to Stevie Turner pronto..

Stevie Turner

Authors can share a link to their short stories (less than 2000 words please) or poetry, and it won’t cost you a penny! The deadline is 28th February. Stories or poems can be on any subject, but please keep them reasonably family friendly. On 5th March when I’m home from the van I will pick a winner and share the link to the story on my website, Facebook and Twitter pages. Please ensure that you add the link to your story to February’s submission page and not any previous month, or it may be missed.

I look forward to reading your efforts. The winner can use this laurel to add to their story:

short story laurel february 2019

Here’s a little poem to keep you entertained while you think up a lovely story for me:



When I was but twelve years old

My mother said…

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  1. Oh, I loved that poem and am still giggling….It’s even relevant to my own m-i-l in a different way.When my first two sons were small, she insisted on coming over once a month to ‘help’ (eek) and I saved ironing for her so she could sit down…Both sons were unwell on one visit, one waiting for an op. for a hernia, the other with a bad cold, so they were ‘grisly’ poor souls. After ironing every sock, towel & likely item in sight, she unplugged the iron and said: “I’m leaving now, I’ll come round when the boys are older.” (true) and I didn’t see her for two years…. I could add more, but won’t….Hugs xx

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