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    Flash Fiction: Burgaled

    This is part of a series of (very) short stories that I publish here on the blog. This one I wrote is a historical fiction scene! Flash fiction is a story under 1,500 words. It’s very short and gives a brief flash of narrative. It’s not elaborated on and stands on its own. In my case, this is very much…

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    Flash Fiction: On the Same Page

    This is part of a series of short stories that I publish here on the blog. This one I wrote is a fantasy scene! Flash fiction is a story under 1,500 words. It’s very short and gives a brief flash of narrative. It’s not elaborated on and stands on its own. In my case, this is very much fast fiction as…

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    A Desk of One’s Own

    One of my favorite authors is Virginia Woolf. Her fiction works are like poetry on the page. She also so richly explores the human consciousness. I even rock this Virginia Woolf tote bag every day. It has Mrs. Dalloway and To the Lighthouse on it, both favorites. But I also love her nonfiction. She’s so powerful in her essays and…

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    Flash Fiction: Frigid

    This will hopefully be the first in a series of other flash fiction blog posts. I did write one flash nonfiction about a month ago. Flash fiction is a story under 1,500 words. It’s very short and gives a brief flash of narrative. It’s not elaborated on and stands on its own. In my case, this is very much fast…

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    Battling Writer’s Block: 17 Strategies

    Sometimes your brain gets stuck and it doesn’t know what to do. That’s normal. Whether you’re struggling with how to write your next scene or lacking inspiration for a story, I’ve made this list of suggestions (not foolproof solutions) that just might help you. Getting Stuck While Writing Here are some things I do if I’m stuck while in the…

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    Flash Nonfiction: Thou Art Ashes You Arachnid

    I live in a stunningly, magical place that has only one true nightmare: monster sized spiders. Everyone has their fears I suppose, and I wouldn’t call my fear of spiders paranoia, but prudence. At the moment, I live with my parents in the wilds of Pennsylvania, deep in the spider-infested land of the backcountry. The trees stand regally among the…