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#Read about Guest #Author Phyllis Moore

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
I’m originally from Southern Louisiana and have transplanted to Minnesota. It was not a direct drive north. I’ve lived on all four sides…

Photo Challenge: Broken

Daily Post’s Weekly Challenge is Broken. “For this challenge, capture something broken: an old window, a vintage sign, a toy never fixed, a contemplative friend. Or go deeper: find beauty in something broken.”… Continue reading

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: The Old Man in the Tree

This week Cee’s Thursday Black & White Photo Challenge is heads. I chose a photo I took of a tree. But I situated the image as if the tree was a face. Click… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Pearles

“That’s not possible.” “You ask witch for help then say her request is not possible?” “Fairies aren’t real.” He stubbornly insisted. “Sure they are.” “Then where do you expect to find fairy pearls?”… Continue reading

Sunday Photo Fiction: Life’s Perspective

It had been a bad few years. The fairytale marriage was a myth. His perfect boss had retired, only to be replaced with an overbearing, juvenile manager. As he sat at his home… Continue reading

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Flower

Here is Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge:  2015 Week #20 Click on Photographs to view more of my photographs.   My science fiction novel, Pegasus Colony, is available on Amazon and Barns &… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Enveloped

This Weekly Photo Challenge is Enveloped. Here is an outdoor scene enveloped by window of mirrors. Click on My Photography to see more of my photos.   My science fiction novel, Pegasus Colony,… Continue reading

Finding Strong Fictional Characters

Larry B was a friend and co-worker who asked if he could be in my science fiction novel. I already had a Gino Somebody. I forget his last name. My character didn’t have… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Past & Present

“When were you here last?” “I came every summer when I was young. Not at all after I was twelve.” “That was when your grandparents died.” “Yes. But what happened to the place?”… Continue reading

#Authors – Especially #Indies – Please Note…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
YOU are invited to take advantage of the following: Thanks to all my blog contributors, followers and visitors since The Story Reading Ape…