Monthly Archives: July 2013

New Old Friends

New Old Friends. – A delightful story from a fellow commuter and writer.

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Stories in the 75 word range

This week’s flash fiction presented a unique series of problems, both expected and unexpected. The prompt itself was a picture of a cable car: The target word count: 75 words (give or take 5) My mind went immediately to ‘Where … Continue reading

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Anatomy of an Edit – Engineering Dream

Sorry for the delay, I kinda got waylaid and stunned into inaction.  Nothing bad, not by a long shot.  Engineering dream won! So… back to our regularly scheduled Anatomy of an Edit. It’s time once again for my behind the … Continue reading

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Friday’s Flash Fiction – Engineering Dream

Another entry for Flash!Friday. (http://flashfriday.wordpress.com/) The Challenge: 200 Words Exactly Based on the following image: The Entry: Engineering Dream (Short form) Alex waited anxiously as the engineering review board studied his request to preserve a derelict spaceship. The fact that … Continue reading

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Poetry: Part 1 Words and emotion

A friend of mine expressed their sadness at a friend’s passing and lamented the fact that they never got to tell that friend how they really felt about them. When I tried, and failed, to express my sympathies, I ended … Continue reading

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To Post or not to Post

We all like to put our best foot forward.  As a writer, I want people to be interested in what I write, I want them to see what I can do and I do not want to fall flat.  So … Continue reading

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Poetry: Part 1 Words and Rhythm

Windblown whispers in a tear soaked sea At the edge of the ruin cries the poet There are no more words left in his heart and no more tears left to cry The golden voice is silent now and nothing … Continue reading

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