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Flash Fiction Rodeo Contest #8

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TUFF: The Ultimate Flash Fiction by Charli Mills What if I told you that writing flash fiction will get you to where you want to be? Would you scoff, or consider the possibility?…

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Halloween Music And A Homecoming

In February, we put our house up for sale.  Nine months later and four weeks at the Goose Farm, we moved into our new home last week. For five of those weeks, my cat Eddie had to stay in a … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Rodeo Contest #7

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Murderous Musings: When Good Folk Turn Bad At The Rodeo By Sherri Matthews Saddle up, tighten your reins and pull on your riding boots. And while you’re about it, watch your back, because…

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Flash Fiction Rodeo Contest #5

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9X11 Twitterflash By C. Jai Ferry We’ve Passed the Halfway Mark! We’ve made it to Challenge #5, and we’re still alive and writing, so for this challenge, let’s see how you do with…

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Flash Fiction Rodeo Contest #3

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Septolet in Motion By JulesPaige Words are cast like magic spells. Some may debate the text in which such lessons exist. Religious works could be a type of Grimoire since often as children…

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Flash Fiction Rodeo Contest #2

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Little and Laugh By Geoff Le Pard My father was a man of many aphorisms, epithets, old saws and clichés. A know-all, really. But one quote he shared with us that not only…

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Flash Fiction Rodeo Contest #1

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When I Grow Up BY NORAH COLVIN Do you remember being asked this question as a child? Or contemplating it, even if you weren’t asked? Do you recall your childhood thoughts? I remember…

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