Monthly Archives: March 2022

3 Sentence Review: Later

The first ending of Later, a pretty good “I-see-dead-people” ghost story by Stephen King, was satisfying. The second ending of this easy to read genre mash-up was expected. The third ending was disconcerting, gratuitous, and unnecessary. Full Title : LaterAuthor: … Continue reading

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The Art and Exercise of Short Stories

Last October, I was supposed to speak at an Author Fair. My chosen topic was, The Art and Exercise of Short Stories. I was unable to attend (you can probably guess why). Recently reinvigorated by DAWG meetings, I’m inspired to … Continue reading

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Waking Up

Please note, this is NOT a post about losing an hour. That was my favorite hour! And now it’s gone. Just *poof* gone. This is a post about springing ahead, though. About sloughing off the last vestiges of winter (if … Continue reading

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An Ode to the Last Snow

Who has two thumbs and woke up to an accumulation of snow after a weekend of unseasonably warm (and wonderful) weather?Me, it was me.Who is so over snow?Again, me. It is me. Trying to think of a subject for this … Continue reading

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