Tag Archives: Art

Clean Cut: Part I

  “Good morning, Pam!” I wave, pushing my newly purple bangs out of my face with the other hand. After a hot second, she finally looks up from her phone her forehead creasing. “Emma, you’re late.” “Just wanted to give … Continue reading

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A Peek Behind the Curtain: Beauty and the Books

Hi, everyone. I’ve been wanting to do another Behind the Curtains post for a couple of weeks, but it wasn’t until today that I had a semi-solid something in mind to write about. (Also, my brain juice for new short … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Isabelle of Taking Chances

    ***Attention!!!*** This is a follow up to my story Taking Chances. For Part I of this story, click here. For Part II, click here. Isabelle props herself up in bed, Justin hovering over her like a helicopter while … Continue reading

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Taking Chances: Part II

    ***Attention!!!*** If you haven’t read the first half of this story, click here, please. My heart skips and I think of my promise to Heather, but I push the thought away. Not every headache brings a seizure with … Continue reading

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Taking Chances: Part I

    January 16, 2:30 p.m. “Are you sure you want to do this, Isabelle?” Heather says, buckling herself into the driver’s seat. I rub the tweed pattern on my coat and nod. “I’ve always wanted to try ice skating. … Continue reading

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A Peek Behind the Curtain: Hitting Pause

As every artist knows, our creativity ebbs and flows. Most artists dealing in other art forms, to my knowledge, aren’t told to create no matter what quite like writers are. My Facebook feed has been plastered lately with images that … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Evelyn of A Christmas Alone

      ***Attention!!!*** This post contains spoilers about my story A Christmas Alone. To find this story, click here.   I sit at Evelyn’s kitchen table with her beside me and open my laptop. “What are you doing?” I … Continue reading

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