#StitchedSaturday 08.17.19

RULES ARE SIMPLE - please read them all and follow. make sure you create an account or follow usanyone can join in, all you have to do is writecomment in the comment sectionshare the link for others to read/participate and use the hashtag #stitchedsaturday (our twitter is @houseofstitched if you want to tag us)please comment … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday 08.17.19

#StitchedSaturday 08/10/2019

Here is your prompt for #StitchedSaturday Write a story in less than 750 words using the image above in the COMMENTS. Make sure you SHARE the link so others can read it and please make sure you LIKE this post. Artist Credit Below:

#StitchedSaturday 7/13/19

This Saturday's Theme is DUNGEON. Write a piece with a minimum of 500 words and a maximum of 1500. Check BACK for a #FREEREAD. We'll give you the first chapter of 21 24 by Simon Critchell and Jason Hughes! Anyone who has known me for longer than 5 years knows this is my ultimate, favorite … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday 7/13/19

#StitchedSaturday 7/6/19

Here is your prompt for #StitchedSaturday RULES: Max Words Allowed =1k I'm giving you guys a little more room for this one. You can go up to 1k words and it must be at least 250. Have fun, happy #writing

#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 – Thomas R. Clark

The Lady in Black   By Thomas R Clark   Do you remember a time when you were a child, when the Moon and Mars lit the late summer night? How could you forget the celestial bodies casting their cosmic haze? A contrast of silver and red, shining brighter than any star in the heaven, … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – 3/2/19 – Thomas R. Clark

#StitchedSaturday – 3/2/19 – Scott Deegan

THE DESTINATION by Scott Deegan   The bus had been early, otherwise I never would have been walking that night. The 10 o'clock bus is called the 10 o'clock bus for a reason, but it was usually late. My shift at Burger King had ended at 9:20 and it was a good twenty five or … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – 3/2/19 – Scott Deegan

#StitchedSaturday 3/2/19 – Michael Vachmiel

Head Trauma Michael Vachmiel   “Death smells of oranges.” Katrina shot Raylen a look. “It amazes me how people ignore the obvious Katrina. You would think the thousands of people that come through our doors weekly someone would realize that death and suffering don’t smell like produce” “Well the staff likes citrus and it puts … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday 3/2/19 – Michael Vachmiel

#StitchedSaturday 2/16/19 – Ruthann Jagge

My special apologies to Ruthann (and anyone else I may have missed last week) for not including her story. I was pretty sick and just couldn't focus too well. Her's is deserving of a special, late post. Her stories are a must-read! The Pumpkin Men Ruthann Jagge   Two years had gone by or rather … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday 2/16/19 – Ruthann Jagge

#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