An eclectic collection of prose and poetry which offers a brief escape into a variety of worlds and characters, Threads Rewoven is the ideal coffee-break companion.
Sparked by a series of writing prompts, the threads of inspiration became short stories and poetry. Gathered together in this omnibus, Threads Rewoven features the complete collection of our prompted musings.
With tales ranging from post-apocalyptic science-fiction to childhood fantasy, macabre tales of death and loneliness to the pure love of a child; Threads Rewoven presents the best from an adventure into flash fiction for three British authors.
Originally from Nottingham, J.R. Bournville found her home in Western Scotland, a land still very much alive with magic. Books have always played a large role in her life, with trips to Narnia and The Shire enchanting her childhood years.
It was only after becoming ill that J.R. began to take her writing seriously, rekindling a desire to share her stories. She said, “There’s nothing quite like facing your own mortality to help you realise what’s important.” Since then, she’s been writing as much and as often as possible, specifically short stories and poetry with a distinct fondness for the unusual and the darker side of life.
Prompted Musings offered the freedom for J.R. to experiment, stretching her creative muscles and uncovering a hitherto unknown passion for short-form fiction.
A steadfast believer that it’s never too late to try something new, Sophia discovered, (a little later than she might’ve liked) the joy of writing. She’s loved books since early childhood, but never found the time to write; her storytelling abilities grew thanks in part to the bedtime stories she created for her children.
While words have the power to create or to destroy, Sophia also believes in the healing power of food, music, and the company of animals; her greatest passions in life aside from writing.
She is currently working on a recipe collection ranging from ten-minute meals to winter warmers, soul food to home remedies.
Alexander ‘Alex’ Douglas is a young author from Scotland, UK. When not writing, Alex enjoys amateur dramatics, both stage performances and audio recordings. He is currently working on a series of audiobooks which he will be self-producing in the near future.
Asked where he pictures himself in twenty years, Alex sees himself sitting in his office, the rolling countryside stretching into the distance, with several of his books sitting beside those of his favourite authors.