Non-Fiction

Being a Teenager in 2020 by Chloe Taylor

I am on the brink of becoming an adult. The thought of the future nearing closer and closer. And yet, this year threw everything off course. The shift to learning online and being in lockdown has changed a lot, and has made me realise so much about being a teenager, particularly in the year 2020.… Continue reading Being a Teenager in 2020 by Chloe Taylor

Fiction

Biggest Fan, pt. 11 by Heather Taylor

Huddled in the bathroom with the door firmly locked and checked four times, was Aaron. He had to find some form of peace from his newest reason to keep on smiling—little twin toddlers that were as inquisitive as they come—and their irritable mother. Of course, he loved her, only he seldom got time to himself… Continue reading Biggest Fan, pt. 11 by Heather Taylor

Advice

Weekly Writing Prompt #62

'Scorch' [Definition: burn the surface of (something) with flame or heat; (of a person or vehicle) move very fast.] Every week, Forever Endeavour is here to give you a word, picture or song lyric to ignite your imagination and get you writing your next piece. Whether it propels you back to a vivid memory or… Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt #62

Advice

Weekly Writing Prompt #61 | Black History Month 2020

Image by Grace Cox-Rawnsley ~ @francesca_grace1 & gracecoxrawnsley@gmail.com [Image description: A person walks through a field of wheat. The person presents themselves in female clothing of a silky, cream dress and large, luxurious white, fur-style coat. They hold a pink umbrella over their shoulder but it is not raining. They arwe wearing striking but dark… Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt #61 | Black History Month 2020

Poetry

‘Black and British’? by Dayna Francis | Black History Month Celebration

‘Black and British’ should not be a thing,It should be you, me, him, her, them and they,But people look to your colour and country for your story,And assume they realise your inner glory. It is why some people call me the other black girl’s name,I shake my head and correct them nicely but they do… Continue reading ‘Black and British’? by Dayna Francis | Black History Month Celebration

Advice

Weekly Writing Prompt #57

'Other' [Definition: used to refer to a person or thing that is different or distinct from one already mentioned or known about, or, further; additional.] Every week, Forever Endeavour is here to give you a word, picture or song lyric to ignite your imagination and get you writing your next piece. Whether it propels you… Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt #57

Advice

Weekly Writing Prompt #56

"I was born to run, I don't belong to anyone" - Midnight Sky, Miley Cyrus Every week, Forever Endeavour is here to give you a word, picture or song lyric to ignite your imagination and get you writing your next piece. Whether it propels you back to a vivid memory or sparks a whole new… Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt #56

Advice

Weekly Writing Prompt #55

'Rescue' [Definition: save (someone) from a dangerous or difficult situation..] Every week, Forever Endeavour is here to give you a word, picture or song lyric to ignite your imagination and get you writing your next piece. Whether it propels you back to a vivid memory or sparks a whole new narrative or idea, challenge yourself… Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt #55

Advice

There, Their and They’re | Forever Grammar Pt. 3

Forever Grammar is a new series on Forever Endeavour which will iron out all of your grammar woes. It will ensure your writing is spick and span, to match the brilliant ideas you have, and boost your confidence. We will cover everything from the basics of punctuation to the common errors in spelling. If you… Continue reading There, Their and They’re | Forever Grammar Pt. 3

Poetry

Fireworks by Darcy Isla

Clueless we soar lighting up the virgin corners of the dark Scoring our names into the sky We rock the earth with our moans and hiss bachelor delights of childhood, untethered Fizzing history through a single night of wild misbehaviour we are eels, we are glorious we are coming for your feet and we are… Continue reading Fireworks by Darcy Isla