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What are Your Thoughts on #Writing and Coffee? #WriteBravely

Today is the last day of the Write Tribe Festival of Words. Yesterday’s prompt was “interview someone on your blog,” and today’s is a rather cryptic one: “If we were having coffee.” I’d like to thank everyone for their patience with my daily posts, and to those who have visited and commented– I’m grateful, and…

What letter would you write? #WriteBravely

Today is the fifth day of the Write Tribe Festival of Words. Yesterday’s prompt was  “write about a day in your (or someone else’s) life,” and today’s is ‘write a letter to someone.’ I’m going again with fiction today– this was a piece written in the form of a letter addressed to a father, a…

What is a Day in Your Life Like? #WriteBravely

Today is the fourth day of Write Tribe Festival of Words. Yesterday’s prompt was “write about a place, real or virtual,” and today’s is “write about a day in your (or someone else’s) life.” I’m going with fiction this time, In the Fox’s Parlour, a piece of flash published in the Jet Fuel review, and…

How Does a Poet Write short #fiction?

As part of my ongoing guest post series in this blog,  we heard from Jude Higgins last week. Today, it is my pleasure to welcome the wonderful Dee Cohen, a poet, photographer and prose author who speaks about writing, and her piece in the The Best Small Fictions 2015, an anthology  guest edited by Robert…

Want to learn about #FlashFiction #Writing from an expert? #writetip

As part of my ongoing guest post series in this blog,  we heard from Michael Dellert last week. Today, it is my pleasure to welcome the fabulous Tara L. Masih, an editor and an award-winning author, and an expert on flash fiction writing. She speaks about The Best Small Fictions 2015, an anthology she has compiled,…