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Share Your World 2014 - Week 42

Here are my answers to Cee’s weekly prompt: Share Your World

What would be your preference, awake before dawn or awake before noon?

This one’s a no-brainer for me. 439 more words

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The Ghost by Jan Strickland

Thanks to Jan for her entry in to this month’s writing prompt of ‘Halloween Night’, which is a bit gentler than some stories that I’ve read for this time of year!  324 more words

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Writing Challenges

With NaNoWriMo coming up next month, it feels like a good time to think about writing challenges. That said, it isn’t the imminent arrival of NaNoWriMo that put me in mind of this, but one of my fellow writers who read at the latest… 509 more words

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Writing Challenges

With NaNoWriMo coming up next month, it feels like a good time to think about writing challenges. That said, it isn’t the imminent arrival of NaNoWriMo that put me in mind of this, but one of my fellow writers who read at the latest… 509 more words

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New Look for November

Just for the month, to celebrate NaNoWriMo and join in with my main character, this site has gone purple.

If you’re doing NaNo this year, what’s your colour palette?

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Sunday Photo Fiction ~ Elizabeth Again

Sunday Photo Fiction: October 19 2014

Here is a description of the challenge from the blog, Sunday Photo Fiction, hosted by Alastair Forbes:

“Every week on a Sunday, a new photo is used as a prompt for Flash Fiction challenge using around 200 words based on that image. 383 more words

Short Stories

6 little words: Paradox

Lifting weights to lose the weight

Written with brevity for Cate’s Six Word Saturday

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