Monthly Archives: November 2013

Writing Great Dialogue

Writers are bowerbirds. We observe the world around us intently and are often found eavesdropping on other people’s conversations. When we come across something that piques our interest we snitch it when no one’s looking. My nest is my writer’s … Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers – Nov 22

Every Friday writers from around the world contribute 100 word stories prompted by a photograph supplied by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields to Friday Fictioneers. Everyone is welcome to contribute and we love comments on our stories. The Prodigal’s Return For two years … Continue reading

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To Publish or not to Publish? Is that really the question?

When I hear about people who write but have no desire for publication I always imagine closet diarists who hide their notebooks in drawers under their thermals if they live near the equator or their sarongs if they live in … Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers – November 15

Every Friday writers from around the world contribute 100 word stories prompted by a photograph supplied by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields to Friday Fictioneers. Everyone is welcome to contribute and we love comments on our stories. The Passage Her tiny hand flexes … Continue reading

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Insight Begins with Sight

“Your beliefs will be the light by which you see, but they will not be what you see and they will not be a substitute for seeing.” Flannery O’Connor We often think that to write about travel we have to … Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers – Nov 8

The Signature I told my wife, my ex-wife now, no tacky Roman god is ruining my ultra-modern glass and steel house. You know what she said? Honey, this time I want a home, not an Apple store. Obviously she’s not … Continue reading

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