Monthly Archives: September 2012

Waiting for the Weekend

The alarm went off at 6:30.  It was a loud buzzing.  James rolled over and turned it off.  He got up.  Showered, brushed his teeth, got dressed and ate some cereal.  James got in his 1998 Honda Accord and drove … Continue reading

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It Smells In Here

Tom locked the door.  He couldn’t hold it in anymore.  After working on building a new home for some family this was Tom’s highlight of his day.  He sat down and let himself go.  There wasn’t much to look around … Continue reading

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Some Advice From A Professional

Before I went to go see a reading from Patricia Jackson-Colando I walked around most of the festival for a little bit, just to get an idea of what it exactly was about.  I was impressed.  It was a great … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Others’ Works

I think that all of these short stories are important for an aspiring writer to read.  All of these stories have different techniques and a writer who is intrigued by some of these techniques can incorporate them into their own … Continue reading

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What About the Dog?

“What about the dog?” she said. How can they forget about the dog. They planned everything perfectly leaving no traces of evidence, except they forgot about the dog. The girl briefly turned around and glanced the rest of the library … Continue reading

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So here I am in Eng 204

So here I am wherever here is, and I am eager to learn how to write creatively.  I believe that learning to write well is one of the most important qualities one can learn.  Writing is useful in nearly all … Continue reading

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