Tag Archives: bravery

Stories abound, so many ideas to be found.

Hi, everyone. In thinking this week, I’ve realized I’ve written about 60 different short stories and character interviews on this blog, resulting in about 120 posts! I’ve even been blessed with a few awards along the way. These facts absolutely … Continue reading

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The Assignment

“Everyone,” I clear my throat, waiting for the class to settle down, “there’s mischief in the air this time of year, the perfect time to study psychology.” I perch on the edge of my battered desk, pausing for effect. “Since … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Albert, AKA Yankee, of Brothers

***Spoiler alert!!!*** This post contains information about my story Brothers, if you haven’t read this story, click here for part 1, and here for part 2. Albert rubs the dark bags under his eyes as we walk through the small … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Quinn of Home

***Spoiler Alert!!!*** This post contains information about my story Home. If you haven’t read this story yet, please click here before reading on. Quinn wrings her hands, her eyes rimmed in red as I take a seat across from her.

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