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Category Archives: Writing
This year may not have gone the way I had hoped but I still had a blast. Besides, every year can’t be like last year’s event. I wrote three solid flash fiction stories and several smaller micro-fiction pieces. One story, … Continue reading
What a mess May has been. I’m trying my best to hide my disappointment. Sometimes life happens. My mother has been severely ill on two occasions this month; which put a huge wrench in my writing time. Finishing the challenge … Continue reading
“…I began to make lists of titles, to put down long lines of nouns. These lists were provocations, finally, that caused my better stuff to surface. I was feeling my way toward something honest, hidden under the trapdoor on the … Continue reading
Has it really been a year since we all took the plunge to write thirty-one stories in May? Wow. Well, I’m here to say I’m going to do it again. Do I have a plan? No. Am I determined? Yes. Are … Continue reading
“She survived the unbeatable and traveled the world. Then he stole her heart and drowned her soul. With nothing left and her heart turned cold, she sunk into darkness, never to be heard from again. Or so they say.” “What … Continue reading
Story a Day begins in less than four hours, EST. Wow! I have my pens, legal pads, brainstorming list, creative space, and most importantly my tea. Bring it on. To warm things up I thought I’d share one of the … Continue reading
Meet Shadow, my accountability buddy. One of Shadow’s favorite pastimes is to sit on the ledge behind my laptop and give me the look. I know I can count on her to keep me on track this May.
I’m a firm believer in having a plan. Having a plan helps me feel confident about what lies ahead, what I need to accomplish. My main plan for this year’s Story A Day event is to write without limits. To … Continue reading
Can you believe May is almost here? Neither can I! Last year’s challenge kicked my butt and ultimately, I did not complete the challenge. Illness was my biggest setback, but this year is looking up thanks to the removal of … Continue reading