Nanowrimo Day 10

Posted by on November 10, 2015 in nanowrimo |

I’ve been keeping busy with my writing project. I’ve had two rounds with an editor that I found on Fiverr. $40 bucks for 80 pages. I hope the old adage, “You get what you pay for,” doesn’t apply here. In the past I used an awesome editor. But this is just a little side-project that […]

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Iron Don

Posted by on March 15, 2011 in flash fiction, Iron Don |

Don Davenport was huffing his 220 lbs. body up a three mile hill on a red and white, Cannondale race-bike that he bought as part of his New Year’s resolution. Sweat rolled down from his head. He squinted as it hit his eyes, the stinging sensation felt like diluted battery acid. He wanted to wipe […]

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Flash Fiction and Short-Short Stories

Posted by on November 27, 2009 in 55 fiction, flash fiction, short-short stories |

Flash Fiction and Short-Short Stories are also sometimes called Micro-fiction or Sudden Fiction. Usually the parameters are that the stories are less than 1000 words and they have the classic story elements: a protagonist, conflict, a dilemma of some sort and resolution. There are several books out there on Flash Fiction. The first one I […]

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