Recently I started taking part in several writing prompt challenges to help my own writing out, and an unexpected benefit has been the number of great stories I’ve read by other writers doing also following the prompts.
This was a story I didn’t read myself. The amazing Levar Burton read it to me, and reminded me of how much I missed Reading Rainbow.
Continue reading “Short Story of the Week for July 9, 2017”
As part of the 13 Week Streak, I accidentally started a new serial story. It follows a private investigator as she searches a small town called ParaDice Point for clues in the disappearance of a couple of teenagers.
Here are the next two installments.
Continue reading “ParaDice Point: A Continuing Mystery [Free Short Fiction]”
I love writing short fiction, especially from a prompt, so I jumped at the chance to be a part of a new flash fiction writing challenge. So far, I’ve written four, which I will link you to shortly.
Continue reading “Four Stories”
Recently I started taking part in several writing prompt challenges to help my own writing out. You may have read one of my 13 Week Streak stories, or something I dreamed up from a prompt at Be Kind Rewrite.
An unexpected benefit of taking part in these challenges has been the number of great stories I’ve read by other writers doing the same thing. Continue reading “Short Story of the Week for July 2, 2017”
I’m still learning more about the characters in my upcoming book, Eager Observer, third in my Deviant Behaviors trilogy, and today’s story is an attempt to learn more about the characters’ lives before the book to work out the kinks in the plot. Continue reading “Reactions [Free Short Fiction]”
Today’s free short fiction story is the kind of thing that happens when I stop trying to force my work into boxes I understand, and just follow the prompts where they lead me.
This post comes from my effort to write a Story a Day every (week)day in May. I’m not posting all of them, only those I think will be great for blog readers. They will all be tagged [Free Short Fiction] for easier browsing. Continue reading “Black Current [Free Short Fiction]”