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Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show (Episode 1) strangely compelling

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Have You Noticed…

…all the stuff that’s new on the blog? I’ve been favoring my Google Reader shared items. See the widget to the right? Click the “Read More” link at the bottom of the list to see all the stuff I’ve shared since I started using Google Reader as my RSS aggregator of choice. The Last.fm list. […]

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How to Write Successful Endings

How to Write Successful Endings How to Write Successful Endings Dont let your fiction get tossed in the wastebasket because the ending “didnt quite work.” Follow Nancy Kress advice for choosing a successful ending based on the style of your work. by Nancy Kress The most-asked question when someone describes a novel, movie or short […]

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Kiwi! this is really really really good.

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Spinal Tap Reunites for Live Earth To Fight Global Warming Sweet Sweet Spinal Tap Love

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Kavin?

http://ficlets.com/stories/1876 Add to this on ficlets.com, if you dare! Kavin burst through the containment field, the hounds on his heels, close behind. They bayed and howled as they smelled his blood. The Gamez had been rough this year. He pulled himself up onto the ledge of a nearby building, scraping more skin off his hands […]

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Glypho

Glypho Another shared writing space, with a longer word count limit. Might put novel stuff here. Here’s one story, accepting contributions.

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a place for them little snippets that won’t go away

Also, maybe a way to jump start the damn novel, again. Here’s my first Ficlet: http://ficlets.com/stories/920 ficlets – really cool project for writers From Scalzi (who else?) comes a collaborative short fiction site for writers, called Ficlets: What does ‘collaborative short fiction’ mean in this case? Simple: You, as a writer, post a very short […]

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Sarah rode the bus up Minnesota Drive, towards downtown. Hands deep in her pockets, chill even in the warmth of the heated bus, she stared out the dirty scratched up window at the icy snow piles outside along the side of the road. Suddenly, a native face appeared at the bus window. The woman’s eyes […]

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Whatever: Writing Tips for Non-Writers Who Don’t Want to Work at Writing

See, I am trying to get back to the novel/story/whatever. So this is like that. A reminder, with bonus content: Whatever: Writing Tips for Non-Writers Who Don’t Want to Work at Writing: “Periods: When you’re writing down a thought and you’re at the end of that thought, put a period. Commas: When you’re writing down […]

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