Winged Publications presents its second annual contest--Taking Flight!! FICTION ONLY (Indie published okay to submit) Any genre! Only clean or inspirational, please. If fewer than five submitted in a category, your book will be placed in the next, closest genre. . Entry fee $15 for Taking Flight Writing Contest 2020 First prize winner receives a… Continue reading Winged Publications 2nd Annual Writing Contest!
I've made many resolutions over the years, and mostly failed to keep them. I've made goals and stretched the deadlines until I've forgotten what it was I had in mind. So, now I am determined to do NADATHING! Not exactly, but I'm not going to stress over what I'm not doing and just do what… Continue reading Resolutions, Goals, and Nada thing
HIS MASTER'S DAUGHTER With no brothers to carry out her father’s legacy, Sh’mira, the maimed daughter of a prosperous farmer, must marry a man willing to leave his home. However, the only one who does not scorn her disfigurement is Ariel, her father’s bondservant. In exchange for his freedom, Ariel’s master offers him Sh’mira as… Continue reading
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I recently bought a book on Wattpad, a community of writers and readers, and decided to try and build readership by posting chapters of a new story that began as a creative non-fiction piece. If you want to see what Wattpad is about go to the link provided and see my story. You can also… Continue reading When the Stars Go Dim
“Announce yourself.” White clouded eyes peered around a threadbare blanket serving as a door giving me pause. I took a step back and looked for the familiar tree I climbed as a boy. Thirty years had changed the branches, but no doubt thirty years had changed me as well. “I am the Sheriff of Nottingham.”… Continue reading I Am the Sheriff of Nottingham
Reflecting on the last two years has been easy, especially with my Facebook memories page. Each day I see the posts I shared or wrote the days before, during and after my husband graduated to heaven. And... it has been difficult. The difficulty comes in seeing the growth, and in also recalling what I'd forgotten.… Continue reading Keeping it Real through the Storm