Blank in Blank: Campaign Challenge Two

It’s time for Rachael Harrie’s Second Challenge in her fourth Platform Building Campaign. Woot! Here are the rules: Do one or more of the following: Write a pitch/logline for a book based on the prompts (less than 100 words)  Write a short story/flash fiction piece of less than 200 words based on …

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Campaigner Challenges Book for Cancer Research

My regularly scheduled RABMAD (Read a Book, Make a Difference) post is delayed a week due to fantastic news. A different charity book is available in which three of my own very short stories are included. Now I’m glad I forgot to pick a RABMAD author ahead and notify him or her …

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Word-splay at the Beach

Today’s blog features Rachael Harrie’s Third Campaigner Challenge: Show Not Tell,Here are the rules: Write a blog post in 300 words or less, excluding the title. The post can be in any format, whether flash fiction, non-fiction, humorous blog musings, poem, etc. The blog post should show: that it’s morning, …

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Imago Fly Away

One thing for sure, Rachael Harrie’s Platform Building Campaign keeps me flying along: blogging, following other blogs and writing. She’s set a new challenge, which is: Write a blog post in 200 words or less, excluding the title. It can be in any format, whether flash fiction, non-fiction, humorous blog …

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Opportunity in store. Open the door.

Opportunity is knocking. You should open the door. So unless winning chocolate is a terrible bore, I remind you  only five blogs down there’s a contest to make you smile, not frown. So after you read my flash fiction here, follow this link to some chocolate cheer.  And now here …

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