Fiction, Health and wellbeing, Melbourne, Writing

Appointment

The doctor's eyes flick to the clock, behind and slightly above Lia's head. Lia's confidence wavers. She's only been in the clinic for ten minutes and, yesterday when she'd phoned the receptionist, she'd specifically asked for a long consult. There is a lot more to discuss. 'How long have you been feeling this way?' Dr… Continue reading Appointment

Family, Fiction, Melbourne, Relationship and marriage, Writing

Puppy Love

Millie sits on the grass, her back against a tree and watches the puppy play. It scampers around while its owners walk the boundary of the park, flitting between their legs. The dog almost trips the lady. 'Scout,' she says tersely. She then mutters something to her partner, which Millie can't hear. A lead is… Continue reading Puppy Love

Fiction, Melbourne, Relationship and marriage, Writing

Party Time

The tea lights dangling in the walnut tree brought a magical glow to the yard. Sarah looked around at her guests; mingling and chatting, drinks in hands as the food staff glided past with trays filled with canapes. The party seemed to be going well. 'Well, hello Hostess with the Mostess.' The voice deep and… Continue reading Party Time

Fiction, Melbourne, Writing

The Break In

I creep into the courtyard. The darkness is a blanket over the sky; I can't even see a single star shining. The moon's glow is faint. I turn on the torch on my iPhone, just for a second, to see the path ahead. Continuing to stalk along the tiles, the night's chill envelopes me. I… Continue reading The Break In

Fiction, Melbourne, Opinion, Writing

Work of Art

'See the thing about art is it's open to interpretation,' Noah says. Sarah shakes her head, as if to repudiate his words, his opinion. 'Nup. Sorry. This is absolute rubbish.' 'Come on, Sarz. You're being deliberately obtuse.' 'I'm not. I could paint a better picture than this. A child could,' Sarah crosses her arms over… Continue reading Work of Art