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BAD HABIT

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This week’s flash fiction comes to you from Cathy MacKenzie. Check out her Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/Catherine-A.-MacKenzie/e/B006HSUD9W The prompt for this month: Opening sentence: “It’s still not clear what started it all.” Closing sentence: “What can … Continue reading

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Synced In

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This week’s flash fiction comes to you from Val Muller, author of the young adult novel The Scarred Letter, a book dealing with bullying and truth in a world that lives a lie. The prompt … Continue reading

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THE CHRISTMAS WREATH

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to use these words in a story or poem: star, pine bough, glass bulb, mistletoe. (There is one more word we must use, but Cathy will reveal that mystery … Continue reading

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WONDERFUL REVIEW 4 OUT 0F 4 STARS- DANGEROUS DECISIONS

P Official Review: Dangerous Decisions by RC Bonitz Post Number:#1 by rachel_jacks » 19 Nov 2015, 21:54 [Following is the official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Dangerous Decisions” by RC Bonitz.] 4 out of 4 stars Review by rachel_jacks Share This Review Megan … Continue reading

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A LOST SEASON?

A Lost Season? By Tom Robson. The Autumn of 1926 began disastrously for Fred. September. A change of season. For some the climatic transition is less significant than that other seasonal change. They can ignore the Autumn colors as the … Continue reading

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CROWS AND STORKS

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month centres around the theme of autumn (Halloween, crispy leaves, Thanksgiving, a chill in the air, the smell of smoke in the wind—even early Christmas sales). This week’s contribution comes from … Continue reading

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THE MOUSE WAR

Welcome to the Spot Writers, bringing you your weekly dose of flash fiction. This week’s post comes to you from Val Muller, author of the Corgi Capers kidlit mystery series. You can learn more at http://www.CorgiCapers.com. The prompt was to … Continue reading

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