Nobody Has Ever Loved Me As Much As I Loved Him—Friday Fiction

NOBODY HAS EVER LOVED ME AS MUCH AS I HAVE LOVED HIM The light grows dim. I have been sitting in the dark for nearly four hours with only a flickering candle on the table. The storm has quelled a bit, but the winds rattled the house until midnight, the trees and bushes bending as […]

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After I Was Dead — Friday Fiction

I’m taking another crack at Friday Fiction with a ghost story. I decided to push myself and try something entirely new. Writing ghost fiction…that sounds fun. I’ve never written a ghost story before, but I do enjoy reading them. The prompt from Brian Kiteley asks us to do the following: Write a story about a […]

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Withdrawal and The Staircase

Today I decided that I would write a little something. I haven’t written anything creatively in a while, and it’s sort of getting to me. I’m going through withdrawal and I don’t want to go through withdrawal. I want to write something, and while I am far too busy to spend time writing what will […]

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Fiction Friday: Showcasing ‘A Writers Group of Two’s’ Short Fiction

We don’t have a name for it, though we often refer to it humorously as A Writers Group Of Two. We like it that way, for now. We push each other to write and set deadlines for accomplishing our tasks. This makes us accountable, and most writers work well on deadlines. When I told the […]

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In Honor of the Royal Wedding

Today, a post went around on Facebook that said the following: In honor of the Royal Wedding on Friday, use your royal name. Start with either Lord or Lady. Your first name is one of your grandparents’ names. Your surname is the name of your first pet, double-barreled with the name of the street on […]

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