Twelve articles to tickle your fancy.
Many thanks to Lindsay Weirich for this wonderful article and video. You can see more of Weirich’s work on her website, The Frugal Crafter Blog.
Hi friends! Today we are going to travel to the local Audubon trails and do some painting on location!
My husband and I filmed on location and I hope you enjoy it.
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In response to The Daily Post prompt: assumption.
I assumed you were right.
You were always right.
At least, I always trusted you were right.
I never thought to question.
After you left,
I deduced you were wrong.
Worse than that.
I assumed you were my friend,
But I deduced I was only means to an end.
Once you got what you wanted,
You misted away like a mirage.
Doing double duty with Cee’s Flower of the Day.
I want to be a published novelist. I’ve been working toward this goal for decades.
But I’ve decided to modify my long-form strategy and work on short stories as well.
- Because the skill and discipline of writing a complete story in as few words as necessary will carry over to the writing of a more complex story.
- Because it takes less time to write a few short stories than to write one novel.
- Because authors who get stories published in literary journals have a track record to show to agents and publishers.
I’m going through my links to online resources and compiling the best information I can find into a single document, and I thought maybe you could also use a handy list of excellent articles about the art of the short story:
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In response to today’s Daily Post prompt.
Balancing too many obligations
Like bricks atop stemware
Tricky to negotiate
Top-heavy at best
Threatening to collapse
Is it just awkward
Hard to manage
Or doomed to failure
The issue is less what you’re doing to finish a project than who you’re becoming through the creative process. That’s what the art reflects. ~Allen Arnold