Tag: death

Death Doesn’t Have To Be a Downer
August 29, 2016 For Authors,Writing Advice Nancy E Miller

Death is always depressing, right?  Not necessarily.  At least not in writing. Emotional response can be mitigated by surrounding elements. Take a look at the graphic below.  (I found it on Pinterest and if you haven’t looked on there for resources, inspiration, prompts, and images, then please do.)  I list five ways that character death can

Flash: Smell of Souls by Kerry E.B. Black
June 25, 2016 Featured Poetry and Shorts,For Authors,OWS Features Stephanie Ayers

Receiving submissions is one of our most favorite things. Today we are pleased to showcase a short flash from author Kerry E.B. Black. Enjoy! Kerry E.B. Black writes from a little house along the bank of a foggy Pennsylvania river. Other published works can be found in “Postcard Poetry and Prose” and “Halloween Forevermore.” Please

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