Brain to Books Blog Tour – Dana Burkey

Brain to Books Blog Tour Fast Facts Author: Dana Burkey Genre: YA suspense  Books: Locket Full of Secrets Official Site Bio I graduated college in 2009 with a degree in theater and a minor in creative writing. I am currently living in Washington State in a little cabin in the woods with my cat Cato. I work full time at a kids camp, and spend my … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – Dana Burkey

1000 Word Challenge “Beach Tale” by Dupewrites

BEACH TALE April 14, A slight tilt left, a slight tilt right, a rustle of jiggles; bright colours on an ebony curve. He watched her walk around the beach; he watched her every Saturday. She reminded him of gods and goddesses, of ancient times and hallowed places. She awoke primordial urges. She was bad for him. But she was irresistible; and he was tired of … Continue reading 1000 Word Challenge “Beach Tale” by Dupewrites

1000 Word Challenge – Momma’s Gonna Buy You a Mockingbird by Eden Sharp

Momma’s Gonna Buy You A Mocking Bird – Eden Sharp Kiki finished her last mouthful of porridge staring into the faraway eyes of the missing girl on the milk carton. She mused on where she might have gone and whether she was happy there. In her peripheral vision, she waited for Pa to be through with his breakfast. He chewed the blubbery pork rind with … Continue reading 1000 Word Challenge – Momma’s Gonna Buy You a Mockingbird by Eden Sharp

1000 Word Challenge-The Legend of Camosund by Norma Freeman

The Legend of Camosund (1000 Words) By Norma M. Freeman ©April, 2015 With her long, shiny braid, her dark eyes, and her elegance and grace, Camosund was as beautiful as she was kind. She was beloved in her village for these things, and because where she spent her time or touch, living things prospered. The fields and forests surrounding her favorite walks burst forth with … Continue reading 1000 Word Challenge-The Legend of Camosund by Norma Freeman

The Thousand Word Challenge

I just threw together a short, short story for a 100-word challenge. That started me thinking about all the wonderful Indie-Writers I know. I’ve read books by many of them. Because I enjoy reading and writing short stories I thought it would be fun to challenge my creative buddies to put pen to paper (or more accurately fingers to keyboard) and spin out a yarn … Continue reading The Thousand Word Challenge