Whiskey Dreams

The child sits staring out the window while the wind growls against the glass. Frail lights glittering across the sky while the boy dreams that he could fly. A stormy noise behind the child. Pulled to bed with a scent of whiskey dreams on his forehead. Comment or tweet me your thoughts.

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Stars and a Beautiful Night

Stars need darkness; darkness needs stars. “Oh look at the stars,” said the boy to no one in particular. “What a beautiful night,” replied the darkness. The startled boy trips over, soon to stand as a boy no more, but a man. Read some Twitter fiction.

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2018 Bliss and More Stories

In 2017 my posts have been quite sporadic, which is something I would like to change by publishing more stories here as my phone and the trusty journal are full of drafts, however, I was keeping them private. “The clock strikes 12 and they cheer the start of a new adventure.” 2018 As a new…

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In 6 Words Share A Story That Fits In Your Pocket

Have you ever tried to write a story in 6 words? If you’ve followed this blog or my Twitter you know that I’m very enthusiastic about storytelling in 6 words. Writing stories in 6 words can help you find the main, most important parts of a story. Having a six-word story that defines your book…

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6 Twitter Stories With A Theme Of Love

The following 6 Twitter stories have a common theme of love which I published on Twitter in July and August. Stars align for you by design. — Luke Żammit ✍️ (@AlphaWings) August 4, 2017 We glided through the sky, Our love made us fly.#hangtenstories 263 — Luke Żammit ✍️ (@AlphaWings) August 22, 2017 We were…

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Collaboration on Twitter in Six Words

Collaboration is the key This collaboration is a recent conversation I had on Twitter. As the story has a literary purpose, I’ve decided to archive this six word collaboration using Twitter Moments. “Share your thoughts in the comments.” A Conversation In #SixWords Tweet me to start a six word conversation.

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