Monthly Archives: May 2012

Six Sentence Sunday, 6 May 2012 (The Reincarnations of Miss Anne)

There’s the motorized roar and the background roar of the sea.  There’s the greyed-out horizon, and the signs for the upcoming exits, Iceland coming up in a few hours and beyond that Denmark and Norway.   It’s a dream, of … Continue reading

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Flash fiction: Not advice, but support

Author’s note: In preparation for NaNoWriMo 2009, someone put up daily prompts on one of the forums. I did them in the spirit of warm-ups, but some of them turned into stories. Here is one such. Prompt: I’m not asking for your … Continue reading

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Doing the Beta Bop: What I get out of being a beta reader

One of the great things about beta reading other writers’ work is that it gets me out of myself and lets me leave my own stuff alone for a while. Now let’s get down to cases: most writers have a … Continue reading

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