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Fits and starts– that’s what seems to be at the heart of my writing right now. Stuck, unstuck, stuck. But each week, Friday Fictioneers pulls me out of my rut and hands me an option. Rochelle Wisoff-Fields does an epic … Continue reading
I cannot deny, I live in a Facebook world. I log on every day; I like things; I comment and interact with friends and family, near and far. Admittedly, I lose hours to Facebook every week. I wont justify or … Continue reading
Love this photo prompt from Jean L. Hays; it offers so many options and possible directions to go. I am opting to be intentionally vague; this could be any number of situations. Thanks to the intrepid Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, who wrangles … Continue reading
Arrgh! I forgot to link my story again! Clearly, I have an issue with this… After more than a year of participating in Friday Fictioneers, without missing a single entry, I got lost in paradise and was unable to participate these … Continue reading
Welcome to Friday Fictioneers, the best free show in town. Check out the other stories on Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ blog, Addicted to Purple. Join us, or cheer us on. I always appreciate feedback that is constructive or kind. Please leave a … Continue reading
This week the Weekly Photo Challenge intrigues me. The idea of a “Three-picture Story” is fascinating. In a nutshell, a three-picture story is a way to help you think about storytelling with images. To create a three-picture story, gather: An establishing … Continue reading
In the past month I’ve had the honor and pleasure of having reconnected with three young men, who I’ve known since they were boys. All three are friends of my son Middle Man’s, and I got to catch up with … Continue reading
Note: First: I am aware that this is not truly and Ode. I’ve used that title three times now, and all three have not been formal Odes. Whatever. Second: If you don’t know a lot about Judaism, there are … Continue reading