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I love writing

I always have loved writing. But getting published, that’s a whole different feeling. Two years in a row, I have seen my short “flash fiction” pieces published in the Ironology anthologies.

Ironology 2016

The 2016 edition of Ironology was published earlier this month, and includes two of my original stories: “Gone” and “Murder at the Junkyard.” I also have a short piece in Ironology 2015 called “Red & White Stripes.”

The Iron Writer Challenge is a weekly writing competition designed to sharpen one’s skills. I have not participated this year as other obligations and interests have limited my time in the worlds of my imagination, but it is a fantastic group of creative people. If you are interested in joining, please visit The Iron Writer Challenge website for more details.

Random Awesomeness (part 203)

Random Awesomeness

Purchase Stone Temple Pilots – Tiny Music…Songs From The Vatican Gift Shop.

Buy my book!

ironologyMy book Ironology 2015: The Iron Writer Challenge is now available on Amazon! Ok, it’s not technically “my” book. It’s an anthology of flash fiction, and one of my pieces, entitled “Red & White Stripes,” is included in it. So buy this book featuring my story (and about sixty others)!

Purchase Ironology 2015: The Iron Writer Challenge.

I didn’t win NaNoWriMo

I’m not beating myself up about it, but I am a little disappointed that I did not even come close to winning National Novel Writing Month. I simply could not find the words to tell my story. I think I may need to put this one on the back…back…way back burner and let it simmer while I tackle other projects.

That doesn’t mean I didn’t do any writing in November. I joined a writing group called The Iron Writer and promptly completed a flash fiction challenge. The title of my story is “Red & White Stripes,” and it (along with three other authors’ entries) can be read at this link.

The Iron Writer

Anyone who is interested in joining The Iron Writer can visit this page for more information.

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