Month: July 2014

For authors, by authors, one word at a time

Master Class Session 4: Weekly Challenge

If you are looking for the biweekly and monthly challenges, click here. Don’t forget that the monthly challenge is due by Friday. Voting on the best story will begin on Saturday and the winner will be announced on Monday. ??A new monthly prompt will go live August 4. So, last week, Kir offered the word…
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July 22, 2014 17

Judgment Coming

The loud squeak of the saloon doors swinging open made everyone turn and look, just as they always did. A small tremble filtered through the bar. The last time a stranger had passed through those doors, the town had lost seven good men. A dozen men in faded brown fedoras, wearing dust covered brown boots…
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July 21, 2014 1

Wednesday Writers Wisdom: The Face of Fear

Last week, we had an incredible interview with author Jessie Bishop Powell. Her debut mystery, Marriage in the Rue Morgue, came out today!! At the end of her interview, I asked “What’s your worst writing fear?” I ended up going to Facebook and asking there, too. And the answers are today’s   The answers varied…
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July 16, 2014 2