This week on Flash Fiction Friday, we've got a short story I wrote for a creative writing class a couple of years ago. "Fedora Boy" is a modern retelling of Robin Hood from Prince John's point-of-view, and I chose this subject because of my love for Disney's Robin Hood adaption from the 70s.
Can't Beat the Heart of a Carolina Girl is now available on Amazon, the CreateSpace estore, and other online distributors!
Why don't we celebrate the simple things anymore?
The piece I'll be sharing with you today is a short story I wrote for a Halloween writing contest at the University I attend, which earned first place and scored me a Barnes and Noble gift card (hallelujah! 😄 )!
Today, I'd like to share a book review I originally published on Goodreads for Me & My Invisible Guy by Sarah Jeffrey.
A list of 10 common courtesy acts people should know to do.
This week's Flash Fiction piece is a modern retelling of the Japanese fairy tale, "The Boy Who Drew Cats". I found a writing prompt on Pinterest last year about retelling a fairy tale, and I wanted to center the story around a lesser-known (well, at least to me) fairy tale. 🙂
Today I'd like to introduce you to the main protagonist from my debut novel, Can't Beat the Heart of a Carolina Girl, that will soon be available on Amazon!
Hello Arrowheads, and welcome back on this lovely Friday afternoon! I'm considering starting a tradition on Fridays, where I'll post an original piece of Flash Fiction. So, without further ado, here's "Versatile", a story I wrote for my Creative Writing class two years ago: Versatile Avett gave me that locket to celebrate our first year… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Versatile
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