WEP: Gardens – A Flower Bed of Characters

  WRITE, EDIT, PUBLISH Denise and Yolanda:  Welcome to Write…Edit…Publish (WEP), the home of the permanent bloghop. You are welcome to submit any of the following – flash fiction, poetry, non-fiction or playscripts to a designated word count– artwork and photographs welcome. Open to all genres! Fiction - Adult, YA, MG. The Gardens prompt is …

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#WEP: Youthful Frights vs Adult Fears

Youthful Frights Vs Adult Fears It's Halloween, and time for scaring family and friends. The truth is nothing much frightened me during my childhood; well, except for my mother's bad temper. I could escape. I'd get on my horse and ride all day long, disappearing in fields and following trails along the river. When I returned home at …

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WEP August Challenge: Spectacular Settings

http://writeeditpublishnow.blogspot.com.au/2015/08/wep-first-challenge-spectacular.html Photograph that magically inspires serenity, hope, spiritual bliss, and helps me write the next chapter in Forbidden. Paragraph:  Okay, I'm being bad. I'm sharing more than a paragraph. Ignore if you're pressed for time. I look forward to your comments on this piece from my WIP, FORBIDDEN - suspense / romance novel. This setting takes …

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Hunting for a Man With Special Experience

This monthly post is the inspiration of Misha Gericke: The Five Year Project - Do You Have a Goal? Visit Misha's site to discover more authors with crazy goals: http://sylmion.blogspot.ca/p/do-you-have-goal.html Forbidden Needed a Male Perspective By Feather Stone: A few months ago I went on the hunt. Nope, no assault rifles or Kevlar required. Just an eye …

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“Get Out of Here. Get Out Now!”

  Write --- Edit --- Publish. October is all about Halloween, where our thoughts turn to hauntings and other supernatural events. Did I ever tell you this ghost story? Feather: I haven't told many people about this story. It's pretty bizarre. Mostly, because it is a true story and not many people believe in ghosts saving lives. …

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