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Through The Slush-Pile With The CRES TEAM

Fran’s advice is golden for any format or prose. “Edit it down. One of the biggest problems I see with otherwise good stories is that they are bogged down in their own words. In many cases a story can be cut by 20%, sometimes as much as 50%. Please care about your story more than your words. Continue reading Through The Slush-Pile With The CRES TEAM

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On Writing Episodic Fiction With The Fiction Vortex Team

I’m still quite new to episodic fiction, only really getting into it about a year ago when I began writing Quest For The Wholly Pale for Fiction Vortex. Even with my studies in Screenwriting, and some experience writing a series … Continue reading On Writing Episodic Fiction With The Fiction Vortex Team

Microfiction: Who Where How

A short tarot themed story for you 🙂 Happy Valentines Day! Don’t slip up now. I shuffled the tarot pack. Who was my soul-mate? With a deep breath, I picked three cards then set them down one by one on the velvet cloth: the who, where, how… Who: Freedom. The eyes of the athletic man in the image burned into mine and I almost dropped the card. Would he know, this soul-mate, how I longed to experience real love and freedom, not this shallow excuse for a life? Where and how: The Fool and The World. The Fool looked like … Continue reading Microfiction: Who Where How