Broken by Travis Thrasher

Life-Transforming Fiction

Home At Last

Dave Meigs

As I write this, I am tapping away on my laptop upon a makeshift desk crowded in the corner of the dining room between several stacks of boxes. Usually I hate moving, but not this time. After camping out for over a year and a half on a corner of our property in our small motorhome, you couldn’t slap the smile off my face. We finally finished building our new home. Praise God!

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Diary Of A Crazy Writer

Pecked, Perturbed, and Pushed to Production

Deborah Anderson

Well, it’s official. I finished a book in a month. I actually completed my project before the deadline, so I started on the sequel. I still have much rewriting to do before either are marketable, but I’m on the right track. Let me tell you, though, it wasn’t easy. As usual, everything ...

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Rachel Hauck

Rachel Hauck

Dodging Raindrops - A Bigger View

He stumbled under the weight of the thick splintered cross. Wind tunneled down the narrow street, billowing his blood-soaked robe. Flesh hung from his body, jagged, ripped skin exposing the flayed muscle. She could see through to his bones. Bile rose in her throat and tears streamed down her face. 

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Quantum Marketing

Which Color Is Your Ping-Pong Ball?

jim Rubart

Let’s pretend I have seven Ping-Pong balls. One yellow, one blue, one red, one green, one purple, one gold, one silver.

You’re standing five feet away.

I toss them in the air and tell you...

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Character Therapy

Character Stereotypes: The Geek

Jeannie Campbell

In most cinema examples of geeks, the guy wears glasses and a pocket protector, dabbles in all things electronic, and repels women like water off the back of a duck. A girl geek likely has mousy hair, braces, and enough social awkwardness to make...

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