Fiction Challenge: Sunshine Hills

The Pine Needle is following two students, Brennan Brink and Jacob Knutson, as they engaged in a Write Off. One issues a challenge to the other in the form of a prompt and that person responds by writing it and issuing his own prompt. Today continues with another of Brennan’s responses to Jacob’s challenges. It was a brand new chapter of my life, a chapter … Continue reading Fiction Challenge: Sunshine Hills

Fiction Challenge: The Children and the Wall

The Pine Needle is following two students, Brennan Brink and Jacob Knutson, as they engaged in a Write Off. One issues a challenge to the other in the form of a prompt and that person responds by writing it and issuing his own prompt. Today continues with Brennan’s second challenge for Jacob. Brennan’s prompt: Children go out to play at recess. Little do they know, … Continue reading Fiction Challenge: The Children and the Wall

Fiction Challenge: The Last Man Standing

The Pine Needle is following two students, Brennan Brink and Jacob Knutson, as they engaged in a Write Off. One issues a challenge to the other in the form of a prompt and that person responds by writing it and issuing his own prompt. Brennan’s prompt for Jacob began the series, and today continues with Jacob’s challenge for Brennan. Jacob’s prompt: Everyone suddenly disappeared, only … Continue reading Fiction Challenge: The Last Man Standing

Fiction Challenge: Queen Elizabeth is Getting Older than Old

In the coming weeks, the Pine Needle is following two students, Brennan Brink and Jacob Knutson, as they engaged in a Write Off. One issues a challenge to the other in the form of a prompt and that person responds by writing it and issuing his own prompt. Brennan’s prompt for Jacob begins the series. Brennan’s Prompt: Queen Elizabeth is still queen, and people are … Continue reading Fiction Challenge: Queen Elizabeth is Getting Older than Old

Short Story: Everyone Here Is Crazy

By Leih Wyatt “Alice? She’s my best friend, my sister, my soul mate; She’s my everything, Robert,” I say, the irritation in my voice becoming more and more obvious. “She’s a figure of your imagination; a fictional character. How could she possibly be all these things if she can’t even do something as simple as share her own opinion?” My therapist asks calmly as he … Continue reading Short Story: Everyone Here Is Crazy