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Friday Fiction

My Friday Fiction extract this week comes from a manuscript that waits patiently in the background for me to edit it. In the meantime, I often find myself delving in to it looking for interesting passages to share for this weekly post. 1,860 more words


On Writing and Editing...Again

I’ve talked about writing and editing before, and given that I have little else to post about this week, I figure I’ll do it again. It’ll be just as self-indulgent as last time, so sorry. 857 more words


"Looking for Bobby," or Losing & Finding Ourselves

May is short story month, and in celebration I’m posting a short story I wrote years ago and published in an online journal, Bareback Lit. Unfortunately, the story can no longer be read on that site. 1,501 more words


Wild Bill’s Bakery By Daniel Miller

William Andrew Morris, 78, of White Butte died Thursday night Nov. 8, 2009.

Graveside services to be held Saturday Nov. 11 at 2pm in Cliffside Cemetery. 2,914 more words

Short Story Sunday

Friday Fiction - The Departing

Anna sat, consciously unmoving in the leather chair of the Headmaster’s office, aware that any sudden movement might make the old leather groan and squeak to penetrate the already tense and embarrassing silence. 892 more words


Act II - Writing up a storm!

Dear Readers,

Thanks for staying tuned to my blog! As promised, here is ACT II on how to continue polishing those writing skills. If you didn’t read the first blog on the subject, please find it… 336 more words

Friday Fiction Is Changing

I’ve been writing weekly fiction posts for some time now and I created the Friday Fiction link so that others could join me. It’s difficult to come up with new material week after week though, so I’m widening the remit of this slot to include book reviews. 1,141 more words