Weekly Writing Challenge: Writerly Reflections

Writing Challenge: Writerly Reflections by Krista on March 24, 2014 I have always loved to read and to make-up stories in my head. Some I wrote down, some I did not. At first, I wrote my stories in a little diary, but soon blossomed out to notebooks; boxes upon boxes of notebooks. I was probably... Continue Reading →

Short Story: The Missing Boy (Conclusion)

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/01/06/weekly-writing-challenge-cliffhanger/ The Missing Boy (Conclusion) by D. B. Mauldin As I waited by the phone, my mind started to wander. I thought about how withdrawn David had been for the last year or so. I had originally thought it was just a part of growing-up, but what if that wasn't it? What if it was... Continue Reading →

Booking Through Thursday

Booking Through Thursday http://btt2.wordpress.com/2013/09/26/best-or-favorite/ September 26, 2013 Best or Favorite? Are “best” and “favorite” the same thing? If someone asked you “What’s the best book you ever read?” would the answer be the same as for “What’s your favorite?” ~~~~~~~~ "Best" are the well-written books you enjoyed, but "Favorite" is one you will read over... Continue Reading →

For the Promptless – Logomania

For The Promptless – S. 2, E. 7 – Logomania http://thequeencreative.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/forthepromptless-s2e7-logomania/ Wednesday, June 26, 2013 Logomania is defined as an obsessive interest in words or, alternatively, excessive and often incoherent talking. “I just talked and talked, unstoppably, as if possessed by logomania.” - Imre Kertész; Kaddish for a Child Not Born; Hydra Books; 1997. Suggested... Continue Reading →

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