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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
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