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Flash Fiction - The Forest Giants’ Message - Maretha Botha

Photograph by K.S. Brooks

March 2018 is almost a memory and it’s time for the next Flash Fiction prompt, as well! I love walking in a forest, especially when I have an opportunity to lie on my back and watch the sky high above the tree canopy.  334 more words

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marethabotha2013 reblogged this on About Fauna Park Tales and commented:

This is another 250 words Flash Fiction Competition - a weekly event by Indies Unlimited. I hope you like my entry called, THE FOREST GIANTS’S MESSAGE so much that you’ll vote for me, today, THURSDAY. Please follow the link at my blogpost to get to the competition entries. Enjoy reading all the entries!

Flash Fiction - The Forest Giants’ Message - Maretha Botha

Photograph by K.S. Brooks

March 2018 is almost a memory and it’s time for the next Flash Fiction prompt, as well! I love walking in a forest, especially when I have an opportunity to lie on my back and watch the sky high above the tree canopy.  334 more words

Short Story

Flash Fiction - The Hunter and Chester, the Chipmunk - Maretha Botha

I can hardly believe that another week has gone by, and it’s Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction Competition time, again. This week’s photograph prompt is, Chester the Chipmunk. 385 more words
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Flash Fiction Winner - The Lighthouse - Maretha Botha

I’m very proud to tell you that I was fortunate enough to win last week’s Choice Winner Award at Indies Unlimited for my entry of The Lighthouse!  424 more words

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Flash Fiction - Competition

I’ve entered a Flash Fiction Competition at indiesunlimited under a The Lighthouse. I’m hoping that you’ll vote for me BEFORE 5 p.m. Pacific time. I apologise for not putting the direct link here, but I’m working off my iPad. 15 more words

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"Curious Wonder" vs. "Critical Judgement", or Ways to Read Poetry

  • Emily Dickinson is nobody’s business but my own. I will not share her with anyone. I would no more tell you about my relationship with her poems than I would tell you about a love affair.
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Where Will an "Ocean of Sand" Take You?

See all 15 responses (including mine) to the latest visual prompt from Indies Unlimited.

For some technical reason when I post the link to the voting page, it doesn’t open properly: it shows the results, and doesn’t give you an option to vote. 61 more words

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