Tag Archives: Short Stories

Wednesday’s Writing Prompt

She looked up at Devin’s reflection and knew they had to get out of the city before the second wave came through. Once to the woodline, they would have a whole new set of problems.

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How To Write A Short Story

Writing a short story can sometimes be more difficult than writing a novel. If your idea is too grand then the story will expand beyond the realm of what a short story can handle. How do you keep your idea … Continue reading

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A Sisters Choice (Flash Fiction)

The curved blade of the knife glided with ease across the woman’s neck as she crumpled to the ground. Continue reading

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We Are Everywhere (Flash Fiction)

“You’ve been detected,” one of the watchers said dryly. Continue reading

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Flash Fiction & Short Story Publication

State of publication for flash fiction and short stories. Magazines that have folded and ones to send to. The industry compensation per word is going up but is that a good thing? Watch the video below to find out and … Continue reading

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H.P. Lovecraft–Master Of Horror

I have posted on H.P. Lovecraft before, but I thought I would give a short biography on this master of the macabre. Universally known as the twentieth centuries master of the horror genre, his uniquely bizarre tales are hard to … Continue reading

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Tips For Writing A Great Short Story From Beginning To End.

Writing a short story differs from writing a novel in several key ways: There is less space to develop characters, less room for lengthy dialogue, and often a greater emphasis on a twist or an ‘a-ha’ realization. Continue reading

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