Tag Archive | blogging

And This One’s For You (Flash Fiction)

I’ve been gone from the blogosphere for a long time. As I come back, it’s only fitting that I would join in Priceless Joy’s writing challenge, Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers. Thank you, TJ Paris, for providing the inspiring photo prompt this week. If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please try it out. […]

Voilà (Flash Fiction)

Big thanks to Priceless Joy for hosting Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (75 – 175 words) and Sonya for providing the inspiring photo prompt this week. If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please do yourself a favor and check out PJ’s blog for more details and entertaining entries. You won’t regret it. * Now onto the […]

Our Sweet Adela (Flash Fiction)

I can’t thank the wonderful Priceless Joy  enough for hosting Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (75 – 175 words) and Graham Lawrence for providing the inspiring photo prompt this week. If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please do yourself a favor and check out PJ’s blog for more details and entertaining entries. You won’t regret […]

Infinity Dream Award!!

Hey one, hey all! A special thanks to Mark from Coloring Outside the Lines for passing on this award! ❤ I’m honored to accept this from a fellow blogger who also loves hiking. I hope one day I’ll witness the glorious natural sounds of Glacier Bay, Alaska. If you haven’t already, check out his blog and the blogs of his other […]

Where You Go (Flash Fiction)

I declare much thanks to the wonderful Priceless Joy for hosting Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (75 – 175 words) and Louise (The Storyteller’s Abode) for providing the inspiring photo prompt this week. If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please do yourself a favor and check out PJ’s blog for more details […]

7x7x7x7 Writing Challenge

Monday is the new Sunday, guys! . . . Well, not really—I just missed this Sunday challenge on Twitter (@WritingIzzy). Even so, I’m accepting it. BIG thanks to my fellow writers and mentee hopefuls @Married2ARod and @alannalp.

Speak Up! Friday Quotes (23)

A wonderful, and I do mean wonderful, beta reader of mine found out my main character was black in the later half of my first chapter. When she did, she strongly suggested that I make my MC’s race clearer from the beginning (to “show her skin color” and “describe her neighborhood”)—because this beta had pictured someone who looked […]