#SoCS March 30/18 – Bunny Ears

Linda’s prompt for SoCS this week…

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “bun.” Find a word that contains “bun” or use it as a word all by itself. Have fun!

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“Easter is around the corner and I have plans in store for Eva. See these bad boys here …”, Damien said, taking out the rabbit ears from his plastic shopping bag.

“You bought your girlfriend a pair of bunny ears? Was there no Easter eggs you could find?”, I asked.

“Antony, jeez you can be naive. There is less fun to be had with an Easter egg than a pair of bunny ears …”, he said, with a wink.

“In the words of Rose from Titantic, I’ll be wearing only this when she comes home come Easter.”, he added.

“Oh … is this a gift for her or for you?”, I laughed.

“Bit of both.”, he smiled.

“Maybe you should buy some ‘ole bunny rabbit ears, give Kris an Easter thrill he’ll never forget.”

“Me and the hubby are well past that.”, I groaned.

“Oh there’s no such thing as past sex mate. And I bet even your uptight lawyer wouldn’t say no.”

“He’s not uptight.”

“Yes, he is. And you find it sexy as hell in him.”, he grinned.

I smiled.

“Where did you get the bunny ears?”



March 29: Flash Fiction Challenge: 99 Word Prompt – Flying Fingers On Keys – Carrot Ranch Literary Community

 In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about fingers that fly. Think about the different ways we use our fingers and what happens when we add speed. Go where the prompt leads.


Flying Fingers On Keys

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Maria sat down to type the next part of her book. For a few moments she looked at the blank computer screen deep in thought, characters having conversations in her head. Then she began to type. Her fingers flew along the keys as her heart kept telling her head what to say. Writing wasn’t just her job. It was a joy, a passion. It never felt like a chore. Before she knew it, her third chapter was in the bag barring that demon editing. Spellcheck, Grammarly and the gang. Her fingers wouldn’t fly when it came to those enemies!

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Culture Vulture Express Wins Another Sunshine Blogger Award!


Culture Vulture Express was nominated for another Sunshine Blogger Award by James from the wonderful blog This Is My Truth Now. Be sure to check out his blog and his brilliant book Watching Glass Shatter which has previously been reviewed here on Culture Vulture Express and thank you once again James for this kind award. 🙂



Sunshine Blogger Award Rules:
-Thank the blogger who nominated you.
-Answer the 11 questions asked.
-Nominate 11 other bloggers and ask them 11 new questions.
-List the rules and include the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post.


My Answers

Which Disney princess do you relate yourself with? 

Belle. She was gentle and she fell in love with the heart of the person. A part of me relates Belle’s experiences to pansexuality whether she is or isn’t.

What would the world be like if you are leader? (Be as detailed as you like)

It would be more kinder and compassionate and every single person would have the exact same rights in every way.

You have the power of re-animation to bring back anyone from the dead. Who would you bring back?

Harvey Milk and Mayor Moscone.

When would you say you became a reader?

My family encouraged me to read as a child and I fell in love with it. After that, I kept with it and the love of it has never went away.

What is your favourite genre?

Mysteries and romance.

What is your dream vacation location?

San Francisco and Brighton.

What are 5 ways to win your heart?

  • Compassion
  • Open-mindedness
  • Gentleness
  • Sense of humour
  • Ambition (in moderation!)

What are 5 of your pet peeves?

  • People being hurt
  • Prejudice
  • Bullying
  • Cricket
  • The Rodent Family

Who is your favourite author?

Oscar Wilde, Agatha Christie, Brendan Behan.

Have you ever thought about writing a book?

Yes, I’ve written and published 13 books, currently writing my 14th.

And lastly the most important question: cats, dogs, both, or neither?

Cats are sweethearts but my heart is with dogs.


My Questions

What reason did you have for starting your blog?

What always manages to cheer you up?

What is your favourite food?

What is your favourite part of history?

What song would you sing at karaoke?

What piece of advice that you’ve received would you like to pass on?

If you wrote a book, what genre would it be in?

What is your dream job?

If you won the lotto what is the first thing you would do?

How do other people describe your personality and does it differ from how you feel about yourself?

What is your hopes for the future of your blog?


My Nominations

















Three Line Tales Writing Prompt – Benjamin Nelson Decides







There was a road ahead in this case. Detective Benjamin Nelson needed to decide who the killer was. Many suspects but only one killer ….


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Fishing Trip – the secret keeper Writing Prompt

In response to secretkeeper.net’s weekly writing prompt #134. The challenge is to use the 5 words given below (or their synonyms ) in a poem or flash fiction.


(5) Words: | FLY | KEY | LINE | DRY | ROD |

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She went fishing with her Dad,

let the rod fly,

felt the fish pull on the line,

her mouth went dry,

she let the fish go

swimming away,

she knew the key to her life now,

when she was older,

she would look after the animals

of the planet.

Friday Fictioneers Writing Prompt – The Garden Chairs



PHOTO PROMPT © Fatima Fakier Deria

The Garden Chairs


The first Saturday of May the family sat on their garden chairs. Mum, Dad, two daughters and two sons. Laughter rained around the table as tins of alcohol were consumed and sandwiches made by Dad.

The third Saturday in June, the mood was different where the garden chairs were. All six were empty. Five members of the family sat in the kitchen dressed in black wondering why they didn’t see the signs. The eldest son had died of a drug overdose, had been on them for years. Everyone had no idea.

The garden chairs would never be sat in again.


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Reading Links…3/27/18

Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author

Easter Easter

Reading Links…3/27/18

Traci Kenworth



  1. https://culturevultureexpress.wordpress.com/2018/03/23/spaceship-broken-by-russell-nohelty-review/ The book follows the story of a young boy, our protagonist Sammy. The story is told from Sammy’s point of view. Sammy has had a difficult start in life and has seen more pain already than most people see in a lifetime. His father has abused his mother on countless occasions and his mother decides to get Sammy and herself away from him. Eventually after running out of money and fears arising about Sammy’s terminal lung condition, they go and stay with her father and Sammy’s grandfather. Soon Sammy meets a young girl called Yva and a young boy called Frank. The three become friends and Yva soon confides to Sammy that she has started building a spaceship to get back to her planet. For the first time in his young life, Sammy has fell in love with his new alien friend…

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