Monthly Archives: August 2016

Flash Fiction – A Chill in the Air

Robert’s shoulders slumped as he stood at the low wooden gate on the edge of the property. From the dirt road the home looked unimpressive—squat, uneven stone walls supporting a thatched roof thinning toward uselessness. Looks could deceive, of course. … Continue reading

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Jump-starting Your Writing Adventure, Part 1 of 6

Last week, I reached a small personal social media milestone—I hit (and broke) 400 followers on Twitter. Considering 1) I’m an introvert, 2) I’ve been on Twitter for about three months (since mid-May 2016), and 3) I interpret this achievement … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction – Payback for Fay

It was one of those days, if you know what I mean. I drop into my chair, kick my feet up on the desk, and yank open a drawer. From inside I grab the neck of a bottle and a … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction – The Breaking Point

“You don’t have enough points, sir. I’m sorry.” Any further argument stuck in Jim’s throat. He looked down at his daughter, catching her gaze before she abruptly turned away from him. He was losing her, he could feel it. The … Continue reading

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