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October 12: Ink Spot: Links to great articles, news, and stories


How Long Should Your Story Be? Conducting Research to Achieve Realism in Your Fiction Feeling Stuck? 7 Tools for Developing Fresh Story Ideas "Good Men and Grace" - Novel Submission ... Read More →


October 8: Ink Spot: Links to great articles, news, and stories


11 Reasons to be a Writer Networking on the Net Scheduling Creativity "Picture This" - Short Story Submission ... Read More →


August 31: Ink Spot: Link to great articles, news, and stories


11 Reasons to be a Writer A Saint for all Seasons St. Barnabas the Humble Meant to Be - Novel Submission ... Read More →


Stone Table: Pensées for Eastertide


by Mike Boniface   I carry a thirty-pound maul to a cedar grove. My friend, Jake, follows with a chainsaw hoisted on his shoulder. Our mission: to fell a dead cedar tree and split the wood for the Easter fire. The scream of the saw echoes through the hollow. Logs crack open beneath the maul’s blunt wedge. The scent of cedar fills the air. Soon, Easter wood lay at our feet, its splintered... Read More →


Win a Copy of Blood of a Stone on Goodreads


Goodreads Book Giveaway Blood of a Stone by Jeanne Lyet Gassman Giveaway ends March 05, 2015.       ... Read More →


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