I often tell people that writing a story is the easy part. The hard part is editing. That’s not to say that writing is easy. There are a million ways to get distracted, side-tracked, and bogged down. But when you write, you’re creating something. There are not a lot of rules. Editing though, brings in […]
I’m thrilled to announce that The Flash Fiction Press has picked up my story, “From the Water’s Edge.” The Flash Fiction Press publishes a new flash fiction story between 250-1,000 words everyday. If you would like to see what type of work they publish, visit http://www.theflashfictionpress.org/. Look for “From the Water’s Edge,” in one month. […]
I’m excited to let you all know that 50-Word Stories has my flash fiction piece, “Eternity” on their website today. Mosey on over and take a look. This is a fun publication that’s main requirement is that the story is exactly 50 words. No more. No less. Enjoy! See it here http://fiftywordstories.com/.
“I don’t know what to do!” The plea sends twinges through my body. I’m sitting here trying to figure out how to break out of the joint, and this lunatic has been yelling the same thing for the last hour. I have a few ideas of what he can do, but I can’t afford the […]
One of the things that ignites my flame of passion for writing is listening to poetry. I don’t often write poetry, and I only read it occasionally, but if there’s a chance to listen to someone read it, I’m there — captivated. The spoken word is so powerful. It can be soft and subtle, tiptoeing […]