“The Haunting,” Flash Fiction

The December 28, 2017, Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about a wishing star. It can be central to the story or used in a different way. You can have a character interact or not. Go where the prompt leads. Respond by January 2, 2018, to be included in […]

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My Most Popular Post of 2017 featuring Author, D.G. Kaye

Happy New Year 2018! I want to wish all of my friends a happy and healthy New Year. We’ve all been through a doozy of a year. There are great things ahead for all of us, I can feel it. To my followers and readers, thank you for making my first year as a published […]

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“Neoteric Thoughts,” A #Tanka #ABRSC

Hello and welcome to my contribution to my weekly Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge. This week we had to find synonyms for “experience and new.” I decided to create a Tanka poem using the words neoteric for new, and technique for experience. Here are the instructions for writing a Tanka Poem: TANKA IN ENGLISH 5/7/5/7/7 syllable structure. Your […]

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“Snowflakes,” #CinquainPoetry #ABRSC #SynonymsOnly

Hello and welcome to my contribution to my weekly Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge. This week we had to find synonyms for “cover and precipitation.” I decided to create a cinquain using the words, snowflakes, and shield. Here are the rules for writing 5 line Cinquain Poetry: “Snowflakes” Snowflakes – sparkling diamonds snowing, blowing, freezing frosty […]

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The Safe Place #ABRSC #flashfiction

December 21, 2017, Carrot Ranch Literary Community prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) include white flowers in your story. This is a repeat prompt, but one that has an ability to be emotive. Humor, drama, irony — go wherever the white flowers lead. Respond by December 26, 2017 (Happy Boxing Day!) to be […]

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Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge no. 63

Originally posted on M J Mallon YA/Paranormal Author:
? This weeks prompt words from Colleen are cover  and precipitation and the challenge is to use only synonyms. I’ve chosen cloud-burst for precipitation and masquerade for cover. ? This weeks prompt words from Colleen are cover and precipitation and the challenge is to use only…

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