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Anyone for Pie?

The pie that is chocolate is missing a piece.
The pie, which is chocolate, is missing a piece.

Besides making you hungry, the two sentences have a lot in common; however, they also have some important but subtle differences. 626 more words

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A Review of "Accidental Ashes"

“Accidental Ashes: or that time I found out I was a demon, and all my friends were vampires and werewolves” by Sara Roethle

Summary: Last year Xoe’s life was turned upside-down. 645 more words

Tricia Sullivan

Yes, but with a caution

Mindspeak/Heartspeak by Sandy Nathan

Summary: Dr. Clarisse Hull is a brilliant theoretical physicist living in a world of schemes and hidden peril. Her revolutionary research manages to prove the existence of alternative universes, and she uses Quantum Physics to create portals in time space, which lead to other worlds. 414 more words

Tricia Sullivan

The Writer's Game - Sample 3

Shoot

(1st chapter of a romance by Anne Obert)

“I’m gonna count to three, and then I start shooting!” The threat echoed down the hallway as I fumbled with the door. 476 more words

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The Writer's Game - Sample 2

Shooting Off-Script

(1st chapter of a mystery by TA Sullivan)

“I’m gonna count to three, and then I start shooting!” the gunman shouted as he pointed his weapon at the hostages. 349 more words

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The Writer's Game -Sample 1

The Shooter (a short story by DL Sullivan)

“I’m gonna count to 3, and then I start shooting!” I said.  The man’s grin widened with confidence as though he knew a secret that would ultimately save him. 381 more words

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The Writer's Game

Twice a month a member of my writing group comes up with a sentence, piece of dialogue, phrase, or concept and challenges us to use it to create a short story, poem, or opening chapter to a book in any genre. 299 more words

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