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Neverwhere - Neil Gaiman

Have you ever fallen in love with a book? When you start reading it, and all of a sudden, it’s the only thing you can think of. 539 more words

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Fiction Friday: Clean Lines, Pt. V

I present to you Fiction Friday. This is new ground for me, for I am not a fiction writer. However, as we learned with the new new journalism , elements of fiction and its creative style do wonders for journalistic writing. 388 more words

Bradley W. Parks

Advice To Young Writers

This article is encouraging for writers of all ages. However it is geared to young people.

I often receive e-mails from young writers in high school and even younger, and I’m always so impressed with them and even a little bit jealous.

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Writing Tips

Flash Fiction Friday

This picture of seagulls panicking was the prompt for the Indies Unlimited weekly flash contest, along with the following text:

“On this peninsula, the weather can come from any direction. 378 more words

Flash Fiction

New Trends In Publishing

This article is food for thought. With the quickly changing trends in publishing, it is good to stay abreast with those changes.

The first few months of this year found me in the throes of writing 15,000 words a week…

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Writing Tips

Fiction Friday with Lorraine Reguly

I’d like to welcome to my blog today author Lorraine Reguly. I’m grateful to be able to return the favor that Lorraine showed me last year when she gave me my first ever author interview to promote my new ebook Memory’s Prisoner. 1,594 more words

FICTION FRIDAY

THE DAY THE VISITORS CAME

No one knew why they came. They just arrived one dark night without warning or anything. I can clearly remember it like it was yesterday. 1,709 more words