Just a little update

Hello everyone! If you're a new subscriber, or one of our loyal followers from the beginning, you'll be seeing a lot more posts here. Hopefully, this is a good thing. We tried to compartmentalize the Magazine with it's own blog but that was a painful process and we thought maybe we should just keep going … Continue reading Just a little update

What’s new? November 2021

We’ll have some exciting news regarding our 2022 releases in the upcoming weeks. Join us on December 1 to hear all about them. Until then, have you seen what going on at the House of Stitched blog? Come check us out here!

#StitchedSaturday March 28th

Artist info soon Rules to participate: Please read the rules carefully. We want everyone to be able to participate and to do that we need order. Word Count: do not exceed 1000 words Send to: Stories should be e-mailed to stitchedsaturday(at)gmail.com with author’s name, “about me”, any links you want to share, and if you … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday March 28th

#StitchedSaturday – June 22, 2019

#writingprompt #WritingCommunity #FlashFiction #StitchedSaturday #HouseofStitched This Saturday's writing prompt: Max Word Count: 500 Min Word Count: 300 Using the image below, tell us a story. Then share the post and get others to choose their faves or participate with their own contribution! (Picture credit: https://picsart.com/i/image-darkart-depressed-freetoedit-227153035028202)

#StitchedSaturday 3-2-19 #Writing Prompt

From the dark mind of Francois Vaillancourt This week's prompt will be inspired by the following picture. Please follow the rules for your submission. Must be a min of 500 words, and max of 1500 words [poetry can be 50-500] Must be emailed to: vasquez @ stitchedsmilepublications.com [no spaces] Include your bio in the body … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday 3-2-19 #Writing Prompt

#StitchedSmile – Lisa Vasquez – 2/9/19

Excerpt from “White Widow” By Lisa Vasquez Jack was lying in a gutted-out car facing the sky. A million stars lit up the night to a backdrop of indigo and black. He shifted against the old, peeling leather seat. A combination of nerves and exhaustion crept in on him while he tried to stay alert. … Continue reading #StitchedSmile – Lisa Vasquez – 2/9/19

#StitchedSaturday – Scott Deegan – Pt 3 -2/9/19

SECRETS BY SCOTT DEEGAN       Alan Freeman was a pain in the ass. Especially to be co-attendees to another insurance seminar, but that was our job. We had to know the in and outs of each policy that Franklin And Associates offered their employees. There were three of us attending this year Alan, … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – Scott Deegan – Pt 3 -2/9/19

#StitchedSaturday – @#glitterinthepasture – 2/9/19

The Invitation By @#glitterinthepasture The envelope was glossy and black, the lettering done in raised gold script. “Damn,not another dumb ass wedding invite?" He tore it open with his teeth and frowned a bit, his own marriage had ended after six weeks when he walked in on her in bed with his friend. "You have … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – @#glitterinthepasture – 2/9/19

#StitchedSaturday – Shannon Grant – 2/9/19

“The Merka” by Shannon Grant It was Ro’s first time in the presence of the Merka.             She had been studying the creatures since the previous summer, those strange alien animals falling into her imagination like they were made to be trapped in the confines of her mind. She had cultivated her obsession so much … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – Shannon Grant – 2/9/19

#StitchedSaturday – Brasi Hyatt – 2/9/19

Mushrooms By Brasi Hyatt   “…most babies smell like butter His smell smelled like no other He was born scentless and senseless He was born a scentless apprentice Go away - get away, get away, get a-way Every wet nurse refused to feed him Electrolytes smell like semen I promise not to sell your perfumed … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – Brasi Hyatt – 2/9/19