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Jane Eyre Microfiction Letters

Dear Helen, I think I’m in love with my boss. I’m sure I don’t know why though. He’s moody, irascible, and rather homely looking. Yet the moment he says my name, my veins run fire. Love, Jane Eyre Dear Gypsy Woman, Please come to my party at 6pm sharp, so I can pay you for… Continue reading Jane Eyre Microfiction Letters

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Winnie and Augustina: Microfiction Letters

My Darling Augustina, My dear, do be a sweetheart and pop over for tea this afternoon with Lady Cecilia, will you? My fiance will be here and I’m dying for him to meet my two closest friends! Your Bosom Friend, Winifred Dearest Winnie, Darling, I’d be delighted to come! Only I hear Cecilia will not… Continue reading Winnie and Augustina: Microfiction Letters

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10 Unreasonable Reasons I Didn’t Write Today: Funny Microfiction List

Sometimes when you look through your old writing you find a gem. I don't even remember writing this! Made me laugh so I thought I'd share.. My Muse went on strike and all she did all day was sit in a corner of the ceiling, throwing raspberries at me and chanting, 99 Bottles Of Root… Continue reading 10 Unreasonable Reasons I Didn’t Write Today: Funny Microfiction List

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5 Pieces of Ridiculous Advice on Learning to Create Art

Warning: most of this is utter nonsense and for laughs only. However there might be a nugget or three of wisdom buried inside the nonsense. I will not be pointing them out. Stand on your head and draw the view. This will teach you perspective. Make a sculpture using only your feet to mold the… Continue reading 5 Pieces of Ridiculous Advice on Learning to Create Art

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Mother Byrd’s Traveling Minstrels: Kenape County Double Drabble

Sorry guys, I'm 2 days behind on my schedule. But I have a flash-fiction story for today, finally! I will update the Malila story tomorrow. No one argues with our dear Mother Byrd. Take the summer my three sisters, Mother, and I returned to our Ozarks home. Once again, Eugene Deerwood asked me to marry… Continue reading Mother Byrd’s Traveling Minstrels: Kenape County Double Drabble

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Snarky Pride and Prejudice Letters [Microfiction Monday]

This is my attempt at creating a humorous flash-fiction "summary" of one of my favorite stories, Pride and Prejudice. It's inspired by Jane Austen's early juvinalia, and her partiality to stories told in letter form. Hope you get a giggle out of this.... My Dear Elizabeth, Madam, forgive the wrong I did your esteemed sister.… Continue reading Snarky Pride and Prejudice Letters [Microfiction Monday]

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10 Pieces of Unconventional Writing Advice

Please take this with a pinch of salt. The list is half snark, half, "You won't believe it, but it's worked for me!" Be wierd. Admit to yourself you're crazy. But its okay. Embrace it. You got to be a little crazy to imagine things all day. Multitask. Think up twenty story ideas and have… Continue reading 10 Pieces of Unconventional Writing Advice