The novella-in-flash, divided into tiny bits of action, mirrors life this way.
Kids take and take and take, and they may as well give back. Writing about them is a painless way for them to do it.
The first sentence of Pride and Prejudice works as a tweet, but not as flash.
Happy holidays from Talking Writing! As a gift to yourself, try the writerly 'New Year's Challenge' offered with this piece.
Whatever kind of poetry you write, it’s hard not to get discouraged.
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