Monthly Archives: August 2013
Flash! Friday # 38. The new prompt is up and the clock is ticking. This is a great challenge to write, and a lot of fun to read. Come out and join us!
Storming the Gate by M.T. Decker “Pete, I know it looks imposing, but I’m telling you we can sneak in…” Peter gave Pablo a dubious look and shook his head. “I don’t think we can sneak in, and if you … Continue reading
Since I got up way too early, I decided to try a new Flash Fiction site, this one limits you to a constant of 100 words… (give or take). Unfortunately… what I thought was the prompt was just a picture … Continue reading
Today I’ve decided to do something different with my ‘post game’ analysis of my FlashFiction story. Today, rather than watching the actual story develop, I’m going to talk about how the idea of the story developed and the adventure and … Continue reading
My entry for http://flashfriday.wordpress.com: The challenge: 95-105 words – based on a picture (available at FlashFriday) – used with permission. (The picture depicts a 6 month old baby in a wagon being pulled by a goat, there is also a man … Continue reading
I was given a book, “The Writer’s Lab (a place to experiment with fiction)” by Sexton Burke. I can’t tell you much about the book yet, but one of the first things it had me do was write down my … Continue reading