Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The Answers Are Blowing in the Wind . . .

Okay, not so much "answers" as me rambling about flash fiction and how I write it. 

And not so much "in the wind" as "…against the wind" - Debi O'Neille's blog, Writing Against the Wind, that is. 

For a glimpse into how my writing mind works - bring a flashlight, it's dark in there - head on over and check out my guest post, "How Flash Fiction Unfurls." 

I hope you enjoy it.

22 comments:

  1. Yes! I already stopped in, and I loved it. Such great thoughts and advice.

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  2. I have a flash fiction site, and what I noticed from most the people who would send me submissions is that most of them did not have strong endings to their flash fiction. If there's one thing that flash fiction needs, it's a strong ending.

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  3. Cool! Hope to pick up some good tips. :)

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  4. I do want to know this stuff as venturing into flash and short fiction this year is one of my plans.

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    1. Excellent, Susan! Hopefully my guest post will give you some pointers.

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  5. Madeline, thanks so much for the guest post at my blog. You have inspired a lot of readers, including me. :-)
    Deb@ http://debioneille.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks so much, Deb. I enjoyed doing it, and I'm glad everyone seems to be enjoying it. :)

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  6. Love this introduction! Heading over there!

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  7. Flash fiction or novel...it's all about the editing.

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