The value of X

We’re in the final stages of The Writer’s Alphabet
and I’m x-static to introduce the letter X.

X-ing out is an important (and sometimes painful) part of the editing process.
No matter how poetic the verse, exceptional the passage, or lovely the prose, sometimes it’s just gotta go!

For letters A through W in The Writer’s Alphabet, click here.

What would an X post in December be without referencing X-mas?!

I am proud to share links to my SIX publications for easy gift giving (or to treat yourself).
A Stranger’s Child, a contemporary continuation of the Pandora’s Box myth. For lovers of mythology and strong female characters.
Foe Be Us, a collection of thirteen thrilling short stories all based on phobias. Perfect read for the wait in a carpool line, the doctor’s office, a quick read at bedtime, or other places you might have five to ten minutes to kill…
Pocket Money, a psychological thriller. One day, four friends, five bodies. What’s the worst that could happen? A reunion of memories and…murder.
Kinder Garden and Safe Harbour, books 1 and 2 in the Kimmie Jillison Mystery series. For fans of paranormal mystery with a hint of romance.
Baker’s Dozen, my entry into the world of Mary O’Reilly Paranormal Mysteries. A sweet ghost story with a link to Rockford, IL.

Bonus Publication!
I have two short stories printed in the Write City Review, a CWA journal that includes fiction, memoir, poetry, essays, and art. Click on this link for 2 for 1 holiday pricing now! (Best of both worlds, a copy to gift and a copy to keep!)

Thank you for your continued support.

#OrderReadReview

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About Mary Fran Says

I am an artist, crafter, designer and writer. I enjoy working with mixed media-- applying visual and tactile manipulations to telling a story. Not a lot of market for that, though, :), so I'm focusing on short story submissions and novel completions. Yes, plural. Lots of beginnings, too many ideas, not enough focus.
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