Tag Archive: #WEPFF

Aug 15 2017

Reunions Flash Fiction #WEPFF Stew In The Forest of No Trees

August is a very exciting month! I’m writing, editing, reading, and celebrating my birthday. Assumably. Technically, it’s the day I was assigned. You can skip the astrology and numerology because the date on that sheet of paper is just a what someone put down. It’s barely even an educated guess. I’ve said it before, but …

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Jul 28 2017

Some sum-sum-summertime Goals

Good-bye to Ju-ly! This was a messed up month. I ended up in the middle of nowhere for a ceremony. See above image for a Google view of nowhere. This month also included the tragic loss of a friend’s six-month-old, who has since been cremated. Then my cousin’s son was born. And three days later, …

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Jun 20 2017

Bridges #WEPFF #FlashFiction Reverse Poem

Write Edit Publish Here’s a book with the word bridge in the title: Rook (Bridge & Sword: Awakenings #1): Bridge & Sword World by JC Andrijeski A covered bridge in my region: Lehigh Valley, PA — covered bridges Bogert Covered Bridge — Fish Hatchery Rd. Allentown, PA 18103 USA The oldest bridge in Lehigh County, …

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May 26 2017

Barbequing Summer Goals

Bucket List. Current Writing End Goals From the End Goals of an Author post. To consider the feedback of two (already lined up) Beta Readers and then self-publish Fractions of Existence in 2017. Self-publish Anah’s Story by March 20, 2018. Find a way (emotionally, mentally) to complete the high fantasy short story. Redo the longer …

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Apr 18 2017

P #AtoZChallenge Hunger Pangs #Fiction #SFF #WEPFF

If you are only here for the #WEPFF, please scroll to the dove at the song portion of today’s post. My THEME for the A to Z challenge 2017 is an ongoing speculative fiction story featuring telepathy. Each letter post is titled and inspired by a commonly misused word or phrase. The story started with …

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Feb 14 2017

THE CUBE AT THE BACK OF THE DRAWER Flash Fiction #WEPFF

THE CUBE AT THE BACK OF THE DRAWER by J Lenni Dorner I realize now that I made a terrible mistake. *** Emily, with her strawberry curls that smell like candy and sunshine, bounces into my room. “Hayden,” she says, “you’re gonna improve my life today.” She doesn’t ask for favors. Fallux House, which now …

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Dec 21 2016

#WEPFF #FlashFiction Short Story of a Utopian Dream turned Dystopian Nightmare

A Bigly Wish of Will By: J Lenni Dorner William turned off his computer. He strolled to the balcony door to shut and lock it, but paused to look up at the night sky. “That’s what I want,” he said to the first star he spotted. “Star of light, oh star so bright, please grant …

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Jan 29 2016

The Candy Heart Mentions Goals

Bucket List.     2016 Goals: Have 6500 Twitter followers ~ currently at 4971 — up 71 from last month! Download the update for my blog theme, whatever that might entail Keep Supporting Diverse Books Be part of 4 blog hops/fests. Includes the A to Z challenge in April! Participate in at least 2 #OABookClub …

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Dec 31 2015

Happy New Year to You and My #Resolution and Goals

Resolution res·o·lu·tion rezəˈlo͞oSH(ə)n a firm decision to do or not to do something Resolution 1: I firmly decide to read and review 50 books in 2016. Resolution 2: I firmly decide to publish something new this year. Bucket List.     2016 Goals: Have 6500 Twitter followers ~ currently at 4945 — up 45 from …

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Dec 18 2015

Déjà vu Blogfest #dejavu2015

The post I selected is from October. My blog was mostly book reviews and interviews this year. This post, however, was actual writing. And it WON the contest! I recall this one black horse that would not be broken. You know all those movies and TV shows today that show some black Hell-beast of a …

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Dec 17 2015

#WEPFF Sci-Fi short story – Holiday Celebrations That Are Out of This World

I never knew how beautiful my home was until I saw it after having been away for a third of my life. So imagine my terror when I crossed the Moahchuck point and discovered two paths where there should have been one, each leading to my home. I shield my eyes from the overhead brightness …

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Oct 30 2015

Goals, #WEPFF Win, Vote Request, NaNoWriMo Excitement, and Turkey

I’d like to take a moment to ask for your help. I’ve entered a writing contest. There is a popular vote– where entrants are supposed to ask friends to vote. You CAN vote for MORE THAN ONE entry. I’m hoping that you’ll enjoy “Chocolate Covered Toffee or Vanilla Taffy” enough to give me a vote …

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Oct 22 2015

In The Dark #Poem #WEPFF

I recall this one black horse that would not be broken. You know all those movies and TV shows today that show some black Hell-beast of a horse? Red eyes, smoke from the nostrils, breaks down the fence? This was that horse, but it was real. I remember watching someone trying to break it. He …

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Aug 21 2015

My #WEPFF Spectacular Settings hosted by @DeniseCCovey and @YolandaRenee Entry #fantasy writing

The first task is to share a setting that stopped my heart. This song feels like a poem set to music, and is partly about a setting: This speaks to me because it is so vivid. I feel like I’m there, in Australia, seeing what he sees. The second task option is to share a …

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