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MRP Holiday Flash Fiction – 2nd Place Winner

The votes were tallied and I came in second for the Morning Rain Publishing 2015 Holiday Flash Fiction challenge 🙂 Thank you to everyone who voted for me!  You can also participate in the event as you now have the … Continue reading

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One Mad Night

It’s kind of hard to avoid thinking of Halloween when it becomes so prevalent this time of year 🙂  Plus, I keep remembering to oh-so-many-years-ago when I decided to run a slew of Fast Fictions during Halloween week (way before … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: Online Spell

[Flash Fiction: Online Spell – July 7, 2006] “I’m sorry, sir,” came the high-pitched voice over the tiny speakers, “but you agreed to all our regulations.” “Come on!” yelled Juan Sangier slamming his fist down on his desk. “How many … Continue reading

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WCs and FFs

Had an interesting bit of insight last night as I sat on the train home laying out some scratchings and scripts for a weekly webcomic. Once you’ve got a format established (page size, panel layout, etc) the writing gets built … Continue reading

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Quick Note

As I was going through some recent submissions, I was curious about some of those Fast Fictions of last year and decided to check up on them. I must say that I was taken aback by the number of times … Continue reading

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Fast Fiction: When She Was Little

[Fast Fiction: When She Was Little – May 18, 2006] When she was little, the house was her whole world. One room could take her as long to explore as a person would take to explore a continent. There was … Continue reading

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Fast Fiction: The First Time

[Fast Fiction: The First Time – March 7, 2006] Most girls would rather not talk about their First Time. Strangely, they prefer keeping the details to themselves as though everyone else didn’t go through the same shy, clumsy, and sometimes … Continue reading

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