When Slush is Good

For the most part, writers and other artists do not want to be told that their work ended up in the slush pile. Or that it’s “Pure Slush.” Hold it! You do want that. Hearing that you’re Pure Slush in this case means that you managed to get your stuff

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The Scribe’s Cave: New Pet

Just a little something I posted over at The Scribe’s Cave…  

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt: The World After

Marlena’s tennis shoes made hollow “pock!” sounds that answered each other as they walked around the centrifuge. “And remind me again how this is safe?” “What could be more safe at the end of the world than this?” Mike waved his hand at the rusty wall. “Behind this wall, beneath

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt: One Way

I was out of breath. Nelson had lied, which was good: the depot had been much further than he’d drawn on the map. Had I known, I wouldn’t have attempted something so insane. I had made it to the train that was closest to the depot and if I could

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt: An Afternoon Out with Daughter

Daughter ran and her gas mask jiggled; Dad worried with each happy step that the toxic air would leak in. “C’mon Dad!” sounded more like “Mn Grd!” as she called over her shoulder. Out of the mist, the entrance tower appeared and she stopped suddenly. Maybe we’ll take the masks

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt: Forced to Begin Again

On its way around the globe, The Great Storm, a swirling mass of air, dust, and pebbles, had left its touch on every person, animal, and structure: Jebediah gathered his bride closer and felt her shoulders through the thin fabric of her dress and shawl; they were the only items

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt: As Time Goes By

Father John was old school; he still took to his knees for prayer. He dusted off his robe and moved slowly through the sanctuary. It was quiet. The old priest’s bones creaked; his brothers tried to convince him to leave the old rectory, but Father John continually refused. “No church should

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt: During a Time of War

I came to as I stumbled on a step. The child laughed, “C’mon–you made it this far; just a little farther,” and skipped down and down. My arm hurt and my head must have been bleeding; my cheek was numb but when I pulled back my fingers they were sticky-red.

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New Post at FFC

I had the pleasure of interviewing Christine Anderson of CFA Publishing for Flash Fiction Chronicles. Pop on over and give it a read! If you are looking for new books to read or want another option for getting your own book to print, consider CFA…

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“How to Make the Most of Separation Day” Published!

It’s been a year to the day since I moved out of early-morning traffic runs to and from an office outside the home. To commemorate the event, I wrote this bit of whatnot. It’s only about eight pages; pick it up for .99 if you are able or interested. As

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