Bronwyn Green

The Corner of Quirky & Kinky

Ugh. So, head’s up – this is probably going to be super random and somewhat ranty, so please don’t feel obligated to read. I’m having a bad week anxiety-wise. Back in August I got a ticket for running a stop sign. It was a new stop sign in an area I know well, but I […]

This month’s song fic is inspired by James Bay’s Need the Sun to Break. Here are the lyrics and video if you want to check them out. I hadn’t heard this song previously, but I really love it. And fair warning, this is probably going to be a really short fic, because as much as […]

Prompt: You’re in an interrogation room. A man walks in and throws a bunch of photographs on the table in front of you. The photos are old and were taken at different points in history. You’re in each one. He demands to know who you are.   He stared at the painfully thin blonde woman as […]

“Come on,” Anna snapped. “We’re already running late.” He darted through the door behind her, and she gasped, stopping dead. Of course, Max hadn’t really been paying attention and ran into her, jostling her forward. She turned around and glared at him, but he shook it off. Like that was anything new lately. His gaze was drawn back […]

As usual, these are in no particular order.  10.) Big Sur, California and pretty much anywhere along the northern coast.   9.) Vancouver Island – A.) it’s gorgeous and B.) Norris lives there. 8.) England (in general). 7.) Cornwall (in particular). 6.) Ireland 5.) Norway 4.) Wales 3.) Scotland 2.) Boston (which I’ll be seeing […]

I’ve been remiss in keeping up with book news, so let me fix that. First off, I’m delighted to share that I’ve gotten all of my rights back from previous publishers! As I go through and re-edit (and likely add to the stories) I’ll be republishing them. And I’ve already released the first of the […]

Today’s flash fiction is inspired by one of my favorite songs, A Mháire Bhruinneal, by the wonderful, Susan McKeown. Here are the lyrics, in case you read Irish. They’ve also been loosely translated to English for us monoglots. If you want to listen, here’s the song that I love so much. David pulled his knit hat […]

The lake gently lapped against the rocks lining the pier, and I closed my eyes and leaned back against the sun-warmed metal of the lighthouse, tilting my face toward the sky. Normally, I wouldn’t have ventured this far out on the pier. Currents in the huge lake changed constantly, often making it treacherous. But today, […]