SHARE: DSF – Search History by KT Bryski

Folks who read this blog know I like my writing straightforward and conventional. That does not in any way equate to boring. The dirty truth is that more often than not, when you play around with usually or quirky styles or structures, it fails. But sometimes it does work, and kudos to those who dare …

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SHARE: DSF – Story Time by Laura Anne Gilman

This is a nice little story with great narrative voice...despite having almost no narration. The dialogue exchange really delivers that childish curiosity. And the revelation at the end is heartbreaking. That being said, the work is not without its problems. I question the choice of the word "youngling." Why not simply use "child"?  In this …

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No Such Thing as Too Many – 3LineTales Week 69

Tommi dashed up the blue-carpeted stairs, only looking back once to make sure the robbers were following close behind. With a pull of a rope, a thousand tiny yellow caltrops scattered across the floor, catching the barefoot thieves by complete surprise; one fell over, both howled in pain. And to think, just this morning his mother …

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