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The Novel

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This weeks fiction comes to you from Tom Robson, author of “Written While I Still Remember, a Patchwork Memoir.” and contributor to the Evergreen Writers collection of ghost stories, “Out of the Mists.”   The prompt for … Continue reading

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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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