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A Living Doll

FlashNano Day 5: Write a story that includes (or at least mentions) a childhood toy Long blonde hair neatly parted into two jaunty braids, tied at the ends with festive pink gingham bows. A matching pink gingham skirt that flared … Continue reading

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Storm Warning

FlashNano Day 2: Write a story where the weather changes, and this also changes the story. Winter Storm Warning! Flash Flood Warning! Tornado Warning! Newscasters in bright yellow rain slickers appear almost gleeful warning of the possible death and destruction … Continue reading

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The Baby Blue Convertible and Me

She’ll be baby blue… cornflower blue… blue like the sky on a crisp fall morning. She’ll definitely be a convertible, with a white vinyl top. She’ll be so pretty I’ll smile every time I look at her.  I’ll wear my … Continue reading

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A Goat Most Grand

A story of a goat most grand. Continue reading

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I’ll Be Seeing You

I’ll Be Seeing You I’ve always been captivated by trains, large, noisy steam trains hold a particular significance to me. When I was little we went to the train station to pick up my Aunt Mildred. It wasn’t a big, … Continue reading

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Begin Again

BEGIN AGAIN Short Story 145 Words. Sci-Fi Writing Challenge Rated PG-13 – Language I am done, there aren’t enough words in the English language to express how done I am with this life. I’m Amanda Stevens, 28 years old, and … 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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