Monthly Archives: February 2016

Pop Culture Mash Up Special

If you’re procrastinating from writing by writing, it still counts as being productive, right? … um, right? Help me out here… Okay, gotcha. Anyway, I was perusing some of the flash fiction posted up on Chuck Wendig’s challenge from last … Continue reading

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Dodging the Idea Train…

Darn Chuck Wendig and his crazy idea-generating flash fiction challenges … After writing a short piece for last week’s challenge, I made the mistake of glancing through this week’s. What can it hurt?, I thought to myself, as I hit the … Continue reading

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The Case of the Subgenre Tango…

This week, Chuck Wendig posted an interesting flash fiction challenge on his blog,** in which writers could pick two sub genres using a 20-sided die and write a 1500-max word flash fiction piece therefrom. Being geek-challenged, I used a random … Continue reading

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And onward! Writing and stuff…

Last weekend wrapped up the series of performances of Twelfth Night by the Sweet Tea Shakespeare company. It was a heck of a ride and a fine group of people with whom to explore the creative. The experience shook loose … Continue reading

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