The sounds of beeping machinery, hurried footsteps and firm yet desperate voices filled the halls and echoed off of the linoleum floors. "Please help my wife, please I beg of you!" Elijah Martin cried out; his voice was breaking, tears cascading down from his eyes, getting caught in the many wrinkles of his old, weathered… Continue reading Beyond Our World – A Short Story
The biting cold of the winter air washes over me like a wave from the Arctic sea, bathing me in a blanket of icy numbness. First the tips of my ears go cold, followed by my nose and then my fingers; next comes the slight tingling sensation that always accompanies the chill like a hero's… Continue reading Winter – A Descriptive Essay
I have seen this question pop up often on Twitter and social media that relates to writing in general so I thought: why not give you my answer on your favourite blog of all time(this blog if you were confused)? I write because for a few hours I can escape from my mundane reality and enter,… Continue reading Why do you write?
Grasping at Water by Carmel Bendon My rating: 1 of 5 stars GRASPING AT WATER REVIEW I received a free copy of Grasping at Water (Carmel Bendon's debut novel) and in return I am to write a review. Just because the copy was free does not mean I am not going to express my honest… Continue reading Grasping at Water Review
On my bad days I feel sad.There is no reason for this sadnessyet still it grabs hold and will not let go.On my bad days I hide away, confining myself to the four wallsof my bedroom only to leave if absolutely necessary.I don't want to speak to anyone,I don't want to see anyone,I want to… Continue reading On My Bad Days
2019 has been a year of highs and lows for me, as I'm sure it has been for you, but what makes it worse is that this was my final year of high school. The year has been jam-packed with exams, homework, community service, matric farewell, valedictory and the list goes on. However, it has… Continue reading 2019 Writing and Reading Struggles
This is Tandy (Candy with a T). She was our first cat; my parents adopted her after months of me nagging, pleading and crying. She is so lovely; she's always meowing and following us around the house. She loves to play and most days is running up and down the passages chasing (or being chased… Continue reading Meet the Cats
Welcome to Wren Davis Writes! This is the first blog on my website; here you'll find out about my life and passions as I navigate the world of writing while studying and maintaining healthy relationships.