Tag Archive: literature

Friday Fictioneer: Dinner

“Where were you?” Theresa demanded. “I was there.” “No you were not!” “You said the Cessna.” “I said the Berea Café.” Eric got that all too familiar dumb look. “Oh. Well it all… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: Home

“I wan’a go home.” “We just got here.” “It’s boring.” “We’re on a new adventure. We’ve never been here before.” “I’m cold.” “Button your coat.” “Don’t wan’a.” “Then be cold.” “Don’t make him… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: True Love

This Friday Fictioneer was inspired by a comment draliman make on my last post, Friday Fictioneer: Secrets Untold  *** Sam was in high power upper management. Lori was a curator at the Louvre.… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Sectets Untold

Secrets devour the soul; raise walls between the bearer and the one who must not know. It is better to clear one’s conscience. True heals. Ah, but some secrets should never be told… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Twenty Years

I spent twenty years running from this place; running from me. Running, running, running. I worked hard to make my mark in the world, to be successful. I traveled to many lands and… Continue reading

Novel Update

I promised to be back by now, but things have not worked out as planned. I’m not sure how I managed to do it, but I did finish all the rewrites and new… Continue reading

Fiction Friday: Hornet’s Net

Friday Fictioneers is a challenge to write a 100 word story from a picture prompt. It’s hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, anyone can play.  Check out the link at the end of my story… Continue reading

Clever Storytelling

In Airborn, Kenneth Oppel introduces the ship Aurora in one little surprise at a time. He begins the story with the hero, Matt Cruse, in the crow’s nest. I imagine Matt in a… Continue reading

Creating Plot Around a Good Fictional Lie

Lies are not good. The Bible says: Thou shalt not lie. Good advice. Yet every one tells them. “Your new hair cut is original.” “That new color in your living room … it’s… Continue reading

Mystery of a Novel

There will be spoilers about the TV series Revolution in this blog posting. J.J. Abrams is devious and not to be trusted. He leads you to believe something is true when in fact… Continue reading

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