wordless wednesday: a crash course in feathers

A few words: this is one I copied from another drawing for class, so it seems kind of bad etiquette to post the whole drawing. I drew it, but it’s not really “mine” if that makes sense. Anyway, I finished it! There were SO many 

the senseless challenge, week 4: taste (Leila)

For week 4 of the Senseless Challenge, I’m sharing a bit from my working draft of Leila’s story, A Thousand Simple Truths. I’m not sure where exactly this will show up in the final draft of the book, but I’ve always wanted to find a 

on story webs: this is what my brain looks like

I hope this doesn’t blow anyone’s mind, lol! I’m tweeting all the time about my 23-or-something books in progress. This is to let you know that I’m totally not joking. For a while I was talking about Leslie’s story, which I thought was going to 

the senseless challenge, week 3: smell (April and Beau)

Here’s week 3 of the Senseless Challenge: smell. This piece is excerpted and reworked from a few episodes of my blog story, StorySkippers Anonymous, but with the story skipping stuff edited out, because that’s just too complicated for flash fiction and I’m not trying to 

the senseless challenge, week 2: sound (Stephanie)

Week 2 of the Senseless Challenge: sound. Stephanie’s entry is excerpted from another of my WIPs that some of you may have read pieces of before, an immensely huge sci-fi/drama called Lakeside Heights that is going to take me forever to finish. This piece actually 

the senseless challenge, week 1: sight (Rita)

Week 1 of the Senseless Challenge: sight. Rita’s entry is excerpted from a WIP that I should finish sometime this fall, Nine Nights with the Studly Buddha. She was starting to forget what his clothes smelled like. She could hardly remember the scratchy feel of 

the SENSELESS challenge

Check out the Senseless Challenge, started by author A.M. Harte. The Senseless Challenge: the facts – We have five senses. – May has five Fridays. – Each Friday is dedicated to one of the senses. – On that Friday, you post a flash fiction focusing 

an update: commitment issues, owls, and books to look forward to

Most days, I feel like a flopping fish. Thing #1: EWTF is 8 months old now, which is a thing in of itself. I kept planning these blog entries — EWTF is 3 months old! Or, EWTF is 6 months old!!! The half-birthday seemed like