I know, some of you want to tell me it’s awful or that you grew up with books about pirates… Read more Representation Matters: Ghostbusters Edition
Palmtown Towers, which are neither a town nor a tower but do sport a single sad palm
“Braided essay, story, or poem” prompt from Saturday’s writing group. Apartment 101 Anna and Bob are arguing again. Their voices… Read more Palmtown Towers, which are neither a town nor a tower but do sport a single sad palm
Wrong Kind of Friends
This is a flash fiction exercise from writing group. The prompt was to write in approximately 250 words or less… Read more Wrong Kind of Friends
“It’s totally perfect.” Jed was ripping open a box of Little Debbie brownies in the back room of the Stop… Read more Inconvenience
This post can also be found at McDroll’s blog. Another piece of flash fiction. I’ve been trying to get up… Read more Always Faithful
The car. The only thing he had left was the car. Sure, it was a little older. Sure, it was… Read more Boxtered In
End of Summer: Project Review
As Joelle Charbonneau has reminded us, summer is almost over. My goals for the summer were to study, figure out… Read more End of Summer: Project Review
When you burn down the bridge, there’s no water under it.
The ghosts of you remain. Little half-used jars of goop. Shampoo bottles with masking tape tops-a sure sign of too… Read more When you burn down the bridge, there’s no water under it.
Writing Methods, Procrastination, & Distractions
Over the weekend, I had a bit of inspiration for a short story. The trouble was that I was in… Read more Writing Methods, Procrastination, & Distractions
2009 Reading List
My goal for 2009, reading-wise, was to read at least one fiction and one non-fiction book each month. As the… Read more 2009 Reading List