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Freebie Mondays: Charity Stream Haikus and Limericks!

Freebie Mondays: Charity Stream Haikus and Limericks!

Back in August of 2023, amidst a hot, dry and largely rainless summer, a forest fire jumped the lake near where we live and ignited frightfully close to our house. I’ve detailed our experience with the fire in a pair of previous posts. Though thankfully, the flames never reached our neighborhood, and we were never …

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Freebie Mondays: The Birth of a Wood’s Witch (Flash Fiction)

Freebie Mondays: The Birth of a Wood’s Witch (Flash Fiction)

As I mentioned last week, I don’t often write flash fiction. I have trouble with short. Most of my stand-alone novels grow into at least trilogies, and most of my trilogies turn into longer series. Even the shorts I share on my blog here rarely ring in at under 1,000 words. But every now and …

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Top 7 Prompts of the Fifth Year

Top 7 Prompts of the Fifth Year

On July 31st 2015, I posted my first writing prompt. It kicked off a weekly tradition of writing for fun and practice. My schedule no longer accommodates weekly prompts, so it takes awhile to hit the ‘year’ mark (when I’ve written 52 new prompts). The

Freebie Mondays: A Brief History of Darfinfaelar (Flash Fiction)

Freebie Mondays: A Brief History of Darfinfaelar (Flash Fiction)

I don’t often write flash fiction. I have trouble with short. Most of my stand-alone novels grow into at least trilogies, and most of my trilogies turn into longer series. Even the shorts I share on my blog here rarely ring in at under 1,000 words. But every now and then I feel the itch. …

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Freebie Mondays: Meet the Lost One

Freebie Mondays: Meet the Lost One

Not all who wander are lost… Every traveler knows to be wary when passing through Quequena, especially in winter. Though the forest grows thick and lush during the summer months, and rains fall gentle during spring and fall, snow makes the pathways treacherous. And when they fall into their long months of hibernation, the trees …

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