Monthly Archives: July 2013
New Old Friends. – A delightful story from a fellow commuter and writer.
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
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
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
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
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