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Flash Fiction Rodeo Contest #5

Twittature – join me in trying your hand at what for me at least is a new skill.This is the fifth contest in the month of challenges. 13 more words

Daily Post Prompt And Challenges

Waiting: Friday Fictioneers

He told me to meet him under the oak tree. Sit at one of the tables and wait. All the others were empty. I sat. I waited. 92 more words

Irene Waters

Double Take

A tall man with a hooked beak for a nose and heavy eyebrows stared over the wooden slats of the fence.  He wore grey sweat pants pulled up over his hips and a thin long sleeve t-shirt that outlined sharp shoulder blades and bony shoulders. 825 more words

Why I Still Love NaNoWriMo

I’m working on the outline of my ninth novel, BOSS. I’m doing this in anticipation of NaNoWriMo, which stands for National Novel Writing Month. It seems like everything has a month nowadays, and Creative Writing is no different. 536 more words

A Word Fitly Spoken

Is that a smile Sara?

> Dear reader:
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> I wanted you to be the first to know that I am improving. Lately I’ve noticed that I began smiling again. 127 more words

Creative Writing

Horizons

I once read a quote that said it is impossible to watch a sunset and not fall into a dream. But I’ve been dreaming for so long now that I can’t tell if it’s the beauty of the sunset before me, or a little arrow that Cupid shot into my chest that makes me conjure up these images of you. 828 more words

Writing

Flash Fiction Rodeo Contest #4

It is my honour to present the fourth contest in the October month of Rodeo contests. This competition is free to enter and carries a cash prize of $25. 321 more words

Irene Waters