#BlogBattle, Stories

January #BlogBattle Fiction: Basket Case

Bryntin hasn't attempted any flash fiction for a long while but recently saw the #BlogBattle prompt for January appear in his WordPress reader. This, coupled with having the dog wake him up earlier than usual this morning to be let out, which gave him 'racing brain' on his cold return to his postage stamp-sized share… Continue reading January #BlogBattle Fiction: Basket Case

Verse

Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge 281

Welcome to Bryntin's weekly (still- he's on a roll!) effort at a Haiku type verse, this being a simple but strictly structured verse, with a 5-7-5 syllable construction and themed around the prompt words provided, also on a weekly (281 - he's on a bigger roll than Bryntin!) basis by Ronovan. Who writes. Hence, here… Continue reading Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge 281

Anything Else

Reheated Sunday Leftovers: 7 Successful Blogging Tips

There now follows a post that was originally written in the dim and distant past, when we still had a Conservative government but the revelations that they were actually mostly funded and operating to the advantage of Russia were not even thought of much because, unlike now, nobody had joined up everything yet. The post… Continue reading Reheated Sunday Leftovers: 7 Successful Blogging Tips

Limericks, Verse

Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Prince

Welcome to Bryntin's latest topical limerick post. This week he has avoided doing one on the dark and twisted but largely incompetent world of current General Election shenanigans, unreleased Russian interference reports and Impeachment hearings, mainly because he's sure there'll be a whole lifetime of those ahead in the next three weeks or so to… Continue reading Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Prince

Limericks

Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Smog

Welcome to a new, topical and fresh Bryntin limerick post, which is not one of a regular series but will appear as the General Election campaign we are currently suffering from in the UK provides stories to poke his limerick shtick at. In a first for Bryntin's timely limericking, this one does not contain a… Continue reading Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Smog

Anything Else

Bonfire Night Broadpost

Yes, you can rely on the Bryntin Party to invent new words when there don't seem to be suitable ones in the dictionary already. The big political parties do a Party Political broadcast. That is, sending their message out on the television airwaves broadly, hopefully casting it out and catching as many people who were… Continue reading Bonfire Night Broadpost

Limericks, Verse

Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Election Rejection

Last time we were here, gathered around together learning about the limerick form, I used some long words. To be fair, most of the longest ones were in the sections quoted from elsewhere but, unless you already knew what it was all about anyway, it was very instructive and we probably all had a little… Continue reading Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Election Rejection