The Day the Tide Washed Hearts Ashore

  Truth be told, far off the shores, near the Andaman Sea, a small isolated tribe occupies the North Sentinel Island. Secluded from the outside world, the Sentinelese fight to keep outsiders from invading their land. Time after time, outsiders attempt to contact the tribe, believing they are in dire need of outside help. These […]


Winter Temperatures change Blustery winds pile snow Winter has begun                 – Anneberly Andrews –

The Very Sad Snowman

Mother Nature has become more and more complex. She no longer desires to keep to a seasonal schedule. In her wise age, she enjoys teasing, and keeping the living entities of the earth guessing what the temperature and weather might be for any given day, not even the meteorologists can figure her out. The new […]

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

      Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Written by J.K. Rowling Illustrated by Jim Kay 246 pages The story begins by diving into Harry Potter’s backstory and the current life he is living with his horrible Muggle relatives. Instantly, the readers feel a deep sorrow for this unfortunate boy. Harry Potter quickly finds […]

No More S’mores

‘Write a two-page short story of a place you visited during your summer vacation. Describe the destination, emotions, and an event that occurred.’  Usually, the first assignment of the school year receives an overly dramatic eye roll. I hate writing. And I especially hate writing about my summer vacation. But this year was different, I […]


Chilly, darkened sky Flames ignite colors of warmth Fiery light burns – Anneberly Andrews – 


My eyes fluttered, just as nausea rose up through my belly to the top of my tongue. Confusion devoured the little bit of awareness that was lurking in the shadows. As I attempted to flutter past the blurry darkness of unconsciousness, and come into some semblance of wakefulness, pressure built deep within my throat, pushing […]

Timber House

  After searching the main level of the house and the backyard for my mother, I made my way down into the basement where she had built a dark room so that she could develop the photographs she was taking. The door to the dark room was shut, the sign on the door read, developing […]

Green Beauty

  Vibrant green foliage Thriving together as one Life sprouts willingly   – Anneberly Andrews – Written for Sue Vincent’s Thursday Weekly Photo Prompt Shade #writephoto.