Crow’s Feet: Micro Fiction (483 words)

The mirror lied. Her spirit identified as a woman half her current age, and at forty-two the vision of herself balanced between unfair and not so bad. Her smile edged by wrinkles showed how often she laughed. Brown curly hair frizzed out beyond control, even after another product failed to save the day. Maybe her... Continue Reading →

Camp NaNoWriMo Anyone?

Anyone out there doing camp? I did the one in April and enjoyed the push to complete a project. It’s also opened the door to an online writer’s community I’ve stuck with. Here’s how it works. You create a profile on the website for Camp NaNoWriMo and set your goals. You can choose to set... Continue Reading →

Cafe Lizard: Flash Fiction Ghost Story

It was a hot summer. Rust-colored rocks and dirt met dark green cactuses and brush. Sal’s staff enjoyed the lull in customers and prepared for dinner “Cheryl, get over here and look at this!” Beth waved the fellow waitress over and pulled a scarf from her head, letting curly white hair spring free. “What is... Continue Reading →

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