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Another Flash Fiction Friday goes by without a flash fiction from me. The Smurfs are still languishing on my hard drive. It being a humorous kind of piece, I have to be in the right frame of mind to write it and … Continue reading →
The challenge was as follows: The Show Not Tell Challenge: In 300 words or less, write a passage (it can be an excerpt from your WIP, flash fiction, a poem, or any other writing) that shows (rather than tells) the following: … Continue reading →
I was walking down the road (as I do quite frequently these days), mulling over what I should post about today, and I thought of two things. Editing and marketing. It only occurred to me as I was typing the … Continue reading →
Well, it’s actually more accurate to say you’re the decision-maker, but that was a bit long for the title. So, this isn’t a post about interactive stories in general. I actually want to start one on this blog. Chenoa Fawn … Continue reading →
Don’t you love the editing process? All those plot holes that spring to light, snapping at your throat, the three different ways you spelt ‘their’, the endless discovery of typos, multiplying like flys on… Oh, you don’t like the editing … Continue reading →
We’ve all been there. Our characters are hurtling along the rollercoaster that we have made of their lives and then something terrible happens. And they’re… what? Devastated? Horrified? Heartbroken? How does the reader know? We want our audience to know … Continue reading →
For some reason last night my mind wouldn’t go to sleep when I decided it was time to. It kept circling round (through a myriad bizarre subjects) to an issue a (non-writer) friend of mine has often raised: how would … Continue reading →