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From an Editor's Viewpoint: Common Fiction Mistakes

Sept. 1, 2014:

From an Editor’s Viewpoint

Twelve Common Mistakes Found in Fiction Manuscripts

If you’re serious about having your fiction published, there are several important points to remember as you create your masterpiece. 635 more words


Behind Me

I know that! It’s the same with every lesson. Something I know but sort of forgot.

— Roy in A Fine Young Man

I’m like that. 154 more words


Call for Submissions: Hidden Prize for Prose 2014

Greetings and salutations!

We’re excited to announce that we’re now accepting submissions to our first writing contest: Hidden Prize for Prose. There is no entry fee for the contest. 119 more words


Mysteries of Bobby and Me

Bobby is my best friend.  Been my truest and most loyal pal since fourth grade.  He’s been in on and by my side through more scraps then I can even remember.   2,206 more words


Thunder Clap: Burning Questions


The room was total blackness but the one bright spot, so to speak, was that Sumter had an agent on the scene who didn’t need the electricity on to make herself heard. 3,213 more words



Your walls were ugly and you liked it that way. This, I discovered on the day you moved into the flat right next to mine. 837 more words


Broken Monsters bring Broken Ideas

Lauren Beukes is my favorite Dan Brown – and they have nothing in common.

Upon reviewing Broken Monsters, I have to admit that this is one of the few fiction books I’ve read and finished with a satisfied smile. 434 more words