Just a short post to inform my loyal readers that as of today, you will also be able to find me under the pseudonym 'Writey McWriteface'.
Have a lovely day!
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Post Mortem Press is putting out a new EBook called '44 Lies by 22 Liars: A Flourish of Flash from the Fabulous Fibbers at Post Morten Press'.
The book contains 59 flash fiction stories from Post Mortem Press authors, including - yes, you guessed it - yours truly. That, in itself, should entice a flurry of impulse buying, but the fact that it's only $3 is sure to trigger Black Friday II.
You can grab your copy here:
And I know what you're all thinking - But Emma, dearest, the title says 44 lies by 22 liars? Dafuq is this chicanery? Well, it turns out the editor is a liar too. What of it?
Posted by Emma Ennis at 3:58 PM
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Coming straight to you (i.e. minus sufficient editing) from a mind that should have been sleeping. You're welcome...
The land descended into the sea like a flight of stairs. Coloured buildings decorated every corner and crevice of the decline. On the bottom step stood a lighthouse, its keen eye blinking at the waves. Brush-stroke clouds crossed the sky like a watermark as the sun dipped her face to drink from the cup of the horizon.
Gulls called on the air and the ocean swished like a woman's petticoats. It was as frothy as petticoats too, where it tickled the land. Far out past the lighthouse, past the spit of rock on the opposite side, a buoy bobbed on the waves. Now and again the light breeze went out to fetch its lazy jingle and ferry it back to the coastline.
Between the shore and the cliff was a sickle of sand and on it sat a couple, slotted together like pieces in a puzzle, arms entwined, fingers interlaced, cheeks pressed together. At times they whispered, at times they laughed. Sometimes they nuzzled, but mostly they just watched the sun set, comfortable in silence.
Craggy but moulded smooth as plastic by the elements, the cliff climbed above their heads, and from somewhere up there came the smell of fresh-baked bread and half-baked fruit. From up there too, church bells sang a song - a happy song, thank God.
Posted by Emma Ennis at 12:04 PM
Sunday, November 1, 2015
The first 'real' episode of
is now live! It's a bit of a rush job considering the date, but hey, it only took us three years to get this thing together, so this would be considered progress.
So, what's the episode, I hear you holler, and what's it got to do with the date? Well, the first episode has been released to tie in with National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo 2015.
We brought on special guest, Jessica McHugh, who's a veritable connoisseur of NaNoWriMo, to give us all the ins and outs and roundabouts of the event. The evening ran on late, the laughs were mighty, and cutting the film was entertaining to say the least. So although I had to stick to the topic for the episode, there is plenty of material for a follow-up blooper reel.
But that's getting ahead of myself. For now, loved and beloved readers, content yourselves with
And please, subscribe to the channel, share it with your friends, and throw an auld comment our way to amuse us.
Posted by Emma Ennis at 6:29 AM
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Me and my good friend, Suzanne Robb, have been talking about doing this for way too long. We finally got the finger out and I can now present to you:
- a fresh new YouTube channel whose mission statement would read something along the lines of:
“To help ourselves and others in their writing careers by gaining greater exposure and reaching a wider audience. To help as many budding writers as we can by addressing their writing questions; researching, investigating and calling in the expertise of outside sources when needed. And above all, to have a shit load of fun and entertain everyone involved.”
Here's a teaser trailer of what's in store for you. The 'real' first episode is coming soon. Be so kind as to subscribe, share, like, and comment if that tickles your fancy.
Posted by Emma Ennis at 3:07 PM
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Here's the link:
*Pssst* While you're in there you may as well buy up a copy of Red Wine and Words too. That's cheap as chips too. Off with ye!
Posted by Emma Ennis at 8:21 AM