Author Archives: rcbonitz

  This month’s challenge is to write a story beginning with “My favorite color tastes like…” Today’s story comes to us from Val Muller, author of the Corgi Capers mystery series and the supernatural chiller Faulkner’s Apprentice. The story below … Continue reading

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Dimensions

   This weeks post is by RC Bonitz, author of A Blanket for Her Heart, the story of a woman who risks her well established life to fulfill her youthful dreams. This story, Dimensions, has been sitting on the shelf … Continue reading

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The Corkscrew

This weeks’ story, on the theme of holidays, comes from Cathy MacKenzie. Her most recent publication, BETWEEN THESE PAGES, is a compilation of 18 short stories. The book is available on Amazon and Smashwords:  https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/329083  http://www.amazon.com/Between-These-Pages-ebook/dp/B00DP3RDOA/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1372780978&sr=1-1&keywords=Between+These+Pages     The Corkscrew   … Continue reading

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The Frozen Rescue

  Happy New Year! This week’s post, on the theme of holidays, comes to us from Val Muller, author of the children’s mystery series Corgi Capers. You can learn about her other work at http://www.valmuller.com. * * * The Frozen … Continue reading

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Lincoln Logs- Merry Christmas

This weeks post comes from RC Bonitz, author of A Blanket For Her Heart. Merry Christmas                                          LINCOLN LOGS   The pre-Christmas sale at Denby’s Toy Shop had attracted crowds of shoppers, but Mike was paying no attention. … Continue reading

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Family Secrets

Welcome to the Spot Writers segment for this week. This week’s contribution comes from Deborah Dera. The prompt for the past few weeks has been to choose an item and write about why your character stole it. Deborah’s piece morphed … Continue reading

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Stealing Time

The following tale is told by Abigail, the main character in Val Muller’s work-in-progress. It’s a post-disaster sci-fi tale in which Abigail struggles to keep a barren earth from falling into a complete wasteland. You can learn more about Val … Continue reading

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A Confession

  Welcome to the Spot Writers. This week the prompt is to have a character explain why they stole something.   Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A LITTLE BIT OF BLACKMAIL, A LITTLE BIT OF BABY, and … Continue reading

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The Holiday Miracle

Welcome to the Spot Writers segment for this week. This week’s contribution comes from Deborah Dera. The prompt for the past few weeks has been “magic brew,” and Deborah found it challenging to work the theme into her piece so … Continue reading

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Between the Good and the Bad

Today’s little tale comes from Catherine A. MacKenzie. The current topic is “magic brew” and what follows is an excerpt from Cathy’s short fiction “Between the Good and the Bad,” which (if her muse cooperates) is being expanded this month … Continue reading

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