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First Love

DAY 22 of the Flashnano Challenge. Flashnano is a challenge that involves writing 30 stories in 30 days throughout the month of November. A new writing prompt every day. As a reminder, at this stage I don’t edit these it’s simply … Continue reading

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When I Was A Superhero

FlashNano a challenge to write 30 stories in 30 days with a daily story prompt FlashNano Day 7: Write a story that happened to you when you were 7 *Dedicated to my sister, Jill, I’ll still fight monsters for you. … Continue reading

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The Humerus Doctor

FlashNano Day 10: Write a story involving an operation “Forceps… Nurse, forceps! Pay attention this is not a game!” “I’m sorry, Doctor. I thought I heard a buzzer.” “A buzzer? In the operating room?” “Yes, but I must be mistaken… … Continue reading

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Playing with Fire

FlashNano Day 4: Write a story involving fire Growing up on a Navy Base, my childhood memories consist mainly of my dad being overseas for long periods of time and returning to glorious, tear-filled homecomings. I also remember the Navy … Continue reading

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The Great Ditch Day Debacle

The Clock. Write about anything you’d like. Somewhere in your post, include the sentence, “I heard the car door slam, and immediately looked at the clock.” When I read the prompt above at: The Daily Post – The Clock it … Continue reading

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