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Favorite Quotes"Sometimes you wake up. Sometimes the fall kills you. And sometimes, when you fall, you fly."
~ Neil Gaiman (Fables and Reflections)
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Monthly Archives: May 2010
I used a prompt for this bit of twitter fiction: heaven fell. The day heaven fell I ate an entire blueberry pie. I made no effort to share, just grinned and consumed. I figured, what do I have to lose?
Some moody twitter fiction for the hump day. They had the perfect life together, until he decided her blood was more important than their love. She felt no regret as the stake hit home. I’m upset that I’ve haven’t been … Continue reading
The skies burned on Anna’s eighteenth birthday. It was the last day she would inhale fresh air or see the trees sway in the wind–she cherished every bit of the moment. Wisteria lingered on the breeze, the dogwoods were in … Continue reading
The following series of entries on Twitter were reported by a Mrs. Ellen Tanner of Macon, Georgia. Her daughter, Terry went missing on the night of May 14 while on vacation near Chestatee B&B. If you have any information please … Continue reading
The orb appeared for the first and last time New Year’s Eve night, a midst a crowd of party goers. Tess first saw the strange sphere through the television set and mistook it for part of the celebration. When she … Continue reading
Twitter fiction is a life savior for me lately. If I’d been home for more than two hours today I could have written a longer story, but it was not in the cards. I hope this is not a sign … Continue reading
I like to think of Twitter fiction as little appetizers. They are also perfect for brainstorming and jotting down those ideas that hit you while in the shower or in the car. The two I share today are connected to … Continue reading
I started the day writing a post apocalyptic story based on an idea I had months ago. Somehow I ended up with a fantasy story. I guess one must go where thine Muse commands. Coming Home The first time Tess … Continue reading
He struck the last match. The small flame illuminated the narrow tunnel less than a minute, but long enough for him to confirm he was lost. Today I was swamped with other obligations and nearly forgot to write my story. … Continue reading