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Telling Stories: What you don't see when looking in the mirror

If I had to point to why I enjoyed Star Trek: Deep Space Nine so much, I could do worse than pointing to the episode of “Waltz.”  In some ways, it’s very much a bottle show – the captain of the series and the character who’s been long set up as a villain facing off against one another and simply letting drama develop.  1,150 more words


#391: For Anyone Interested....The Party Is Still Going On...

Like the chance to win free books? Like trying to see who can tell the scariest stories? Like seeing who can come up with a caption to a monster picture? 48 more words

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Telling Stories: Your flaws weave a tale

Let’s start this off with a trivia question: what’s the difference between Iron Man and Batman, other than their powers?

If you think about it, they’re closer than you might think.  1,031 more words


Fiction or Non-Fiction

All of our muppets are fond of reading, we have always tried to read as a family most nights before bed and sometimes we even make up our own stories. 1,025 more words


Instructions in Writing, week 2

What I heard and remembered to take notes on in Week Two of Fast Flash Fiction at the Santa Fe Community College were. Much of last night’s class was about editing one another’s work and what else to remember as I re-read and revise my own stories. 150 more words

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We were introduced on shaky ground. With the uneasiness that passes between a salesman and an interested buyer. Questions and concerns ring out loudly, unspoken. 942 more words

Fiction & Non Fiction

Instructions in writing, Week 1

I began my first writing class last week. The title is Fast Flash Fiction is a six-week course taught by Meg Tuite at Santa Fe Community College. 176 more words

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