Category Archives: Fiction

Week Two of NaNoWriMo

Is a picture worth a thousand words? If so, here’s mine.Today is the ninth day of the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Throughout the world people have pledged to write 50,000 words and hopefully have a complete novel by month’s … Continue reading

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OCTOBER 2014 ISSUE – BPL

Flash Fiction Piece ‘Folding’ Published at BPL As many of you know, I have been on a personal journey toward my goal of writing fiction. Since December 2013, immediately following inspiration received at the Massachusetts Conference for Women, I began … Continue reading

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Wkly Brief – Foreshadowing Challenge

Hi folks – My apologies for this post. I had no opinions to express or thoughts of the day, so I decided to see what the Daily Post Challenge had to offer.  The challenge was to “Write a new poem, … Continue reading

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Windows (Fiction)

This week’s Daily Post Challenge, was to write a story in fifty words.  Exactly fifty words.  The idea intrigued me, so here’s my results. Windows Black curls fall over blue eyes. “Watch for me at six,” he says. Five fifty-five: … Continue reading

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A Hand Across the Ages

Eyes shut, the quiet buzz of the fluorescent lights and the cool, quasi-wood of the desk below my folded arms soothes my rapid-fire thoughts.  I lay my head on my arms, shifting so that my cheek encounters the coolness.  Old, … Continue reading

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