"Since I can remember, my eyes have always grown big at tales of the marvelous."
L. Frank Baum
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Category Archives: Red’s Girl
I have an odd little story for you today. The backstory to how it was written is that it was for a writing class, where the assignment was to focus on repetition. The backstory within the story is that the narrator … Continue reading
It’s been a little while since I shared a scene from Red’s Girl, so maybe it’s time to drop in on one of my favorite pirate captains. You can click the category at right for past posts. I’m going to pick … Continue reading
One of my writing classes in college was an Experimental Fiction class. It mostly meant finding strange ways to tell stories, or odd rules to impose on yourself (never using the word “and” or telling an entire story frequently repeating … Continue reading
In keeping with this week’s focus on picture books, I thought I’d share a drawing for Fiction Friday. I never claimed to be a great artist, but every so often–usually when I’m having writer’s block–I’ll turn my hand towards drawing … Continue reading