Description Challenge #1: Childhood Home

After ending my One Sentence Challenge, I had a hard time coming up with a new, literary-relevant challenge for the writers who read my blog to participate in. I first leaned on flash fiction. I've ran flash fiction challenges before and I thought, "why not do it again?" Then I had this feeling, a proto-emotion… Continue reading Description Challenge #1: Childhood Home

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One Sentence Challenge #5: The Anticipation of Fall

Congratulations to Tamo over at https://tamo4u.wordpress.com/ for winning last week's challenge, On a Forest Road Wild, like a forest she kept loving me until on a forest road, I lost her, again. As I’ve said every week, the point of a one sentence challenge is write the most perfectly written sentence that you are able. It is… Continue reading One Sentence Challenge #5: The Anticipation of Fall

One Sentence Challenge #1: A Decrepit Playground

Foremost, I'd like to thank E. Darby Harrington at Orienting Details for inspiring this idea. I ran into her 15th iteration of the challenge and it inspired me to make this post. Please check out her site and show her content some love. The point of a one sentence challenge is write the most perfectly written… Continue reading One Sentence Challenge #1: A Decrepit Playground