Category: Special Feature

Flash Fiction: Monsters by Nancy Miller
May 29, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

Nancy Miller is a regular columnist and illustrator for OWS. Besides her romantic suspense novels, she does art, poetry, and short stories. Today we share a poignant piece of flash from her archive: Monsters They say whoever fights monsters needs to be careful not to become one and that whoever stares into the abyss long
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Fiction: Renwald by A.L. Mabry
May 22, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

An icy wind blew through the alley scattering trash and debris as Renwald admired his latest snack. He couldn’t call her a meal, as petite as she was, but he was satisfied all the same. He ran his callous fingertips across one deceptive breast and wondered again at this modern world, a woman need not
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Book Excerpt: The War by EC Jarvis
May 15, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature E.C. Jarvis

We have a very special event going on today. One of our monthly contributors, EC Jarvis (The Witty Brit), is hosting a book release event on FB. In honor of her newest release, we are sharing an excerpt from The War for our Sunday Social.   Larissa awoke with a snort. She wiped the trail
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Poetry: When Beauty Falls by Stephanie Ayers
April 24, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

We are still celebrating World Poetry Month here on Our Write Side. Today’s poetry is a rhyme from our CEO, Stephanie Ayers, titled When Beauty Falls. Enjoy. When Beauty Falls He stands there, stoic and bold. Naked, he shivers in the cold. Slowly he buds, dressed in greens. In his beauty now he preens. The
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Poetry: Fear of the Unwritten by David Wiley
April 17, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

David Wiley is an author of science fiction and fantasy stories, choosing to write the stories that he would love to read. His short fiction has previously been published in Firewords Quarterly, Mystic Signals and a King Arthur anthology by Uffda Press. He also has a short story forthcoming on Sci Phi Journal. David resides
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Poetry: Turnkey by Rita Anderson
April 10, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

Rita Anderson has an MFA Creative Writing and an MA Playwriting. A published and award-winning playwright and poet, Rita went on scholarship to The O’Neill (CF 2012). Her play, Frantic is the Carousel, was the 2013 National Partners American Theatre nominee, when she won the Kennedy Center’s Ken Ludwig Playwriting Award for “best body of work.” She’s had nineteen productions
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Sunday Specials: Hostility Issues 5 by Paul Jackson
April 3, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

Paul Jackson was born in North Georgia way back in the time when dinosaurs ruled the earth.  Well, maybe a few years later, but not according to a lot of my cadets. I am widowed, have an eight year old cat named Wookie, a girl kitten named Thursday, and a little boy kitten named Oliver. All
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Sunday Specials: Hostility Issues 4 by Paul Jackson
March 27, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

Paul Jackson was born in North Georgia way back in the time when dinosaurs ruled the earth.  Well, maybe a few years later, but not according to a lot of my cadets. I am widowed, have an eight year old cat named Wookie, a girl kitten named Thursday, and a little boy kitten named Oliver. All
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Sunday Specials: Hostility Issues 3 by Paul Jackson
March 20, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

Paul Jackson was born in North Georgia way back in the time when dinosaurs ruled the earth.  Well, maybe a few years later, but not according to a lot of my cadets. I am widowed, have an eight year old cat named Wookie, a girl kitten named Thursday, and a little boy kitten named Oliver. All
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Sunday Specials: Hostility Issues 2 by Paul Jackson
March 13, 2016 OWS Features,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

Paul Jackson was born in North Georgia way back in the time when dinosaurs ruled the earth.  Well, maybe a few years later, but not according to a lot of my cadets. I am widowed, have an eight year old cat named Wookie, a girl kitten named Thursday, and a little boy kitten named Oliver. All
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