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Tag Archives: Short Stories
I’m in research mode right for a short story. I like this bit of the process, this and the editing part. Mostly the connecting of ideas from research is conducted inside my head. A lot of copying and pasting and … Continue reading →
I’ve always read short stories. Well, at least for as long as I’ve been reading things. I never really thought about it though. Whether they were the Golden Books of my childhood or shorts I found later from Edgar Allan Poe, Arthur … Continue reading →