Monthly Archives: August 2013

Two Writing Prompts

I joined a writers’ group recently. In looking back on my unsuccessful fiction writing attempts, I was most prolific while part of a group. So far, I’ve attended two meetings, and I plan to attend many more. The group varies … Continue reading

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What Doesn’t Kill Her by Max Allan Collins: A Review

(The following was posted to Goodreads and to my Facebook page.) <i>What Doesn’t Kill Her</i> is a thriller that thrills, but ultimately falls a bit short. The serial killer, to me at least, was easy to pick out way before … Continue reading

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Lester and Buster: A Writing Prompt

A writing prompt, suggested by the organizer of the writers group I recently joined:  “Your protagonist turns 70. He has three weeks to live. What is the one thing he needs to do before he dies?”Here’s what I did with … Continue reading

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