Plot, one of the 5 main elements of fiction writing, is a term that confuses many new as well as veteran writers. When it comes to Fiction Writing, there is a big difference in the Story and the Plot. If you want to learn the difference between Story and Plot then read this article: Story [...]
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As a writer, it becomes a necessity at some point or the other, to understand as many technicalities of the craft as possible. Whether you're an intuitive writer or a deliberate one, there will be times when you'll have to break the literary rules in order to create your masterpiece, but in order to do [...]
Her by Heena Rathore P. A flash fiction for Describli's photo prompt. Her is a horror-mystery scrib that best describes the author's writing style.
Author: Pamela Blake Release Date: 18th February 2016 Series: - Genre: Historical Fiction, Women's Fiction Edition: E-book Pages: 286 Publisher: Xlibris Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: Prewar Bradford, England, 1937. A sinful act is perpetrated by a father against his daughter that will alter the lives of three future generations. Rose's troubled past haunts her forever. Lucy seduces a man of the cloth and has [...]
BlogBattle is a weekly short story challenge in which participants write short stories using a single word for inspiration. You can visit the BB’s blog to find out more about it: Blogbattle: Inspired To Write. This week’s word is Derelict. Derelict Genre: Dark Fiction The smell of his sweat repels me. The sweat-soaked hair under his arms makes me [...]
BlogBattle is a weekly short story challenge in which participants write short stories using a single word for inspiration. You can visit the BB's blog to find out more about it: Blogbattle: Inspired To Write. This week’s word is Tea. Evening Tea (Jessie #5) Genre: Contemporary Fiction I set my cup of tea down on the table careful [...]
BlogBattle is a weekly short story challenge in which participants write short stories using a single word for inspiration. You can visit Blogbattle's blog to find out more about it at Blogbattle: Inspired To Write. This week’s word is Photograph. NOTE: This is a piece of fiction any resemblance to any person or place (living or dead) is [...]
I've decided to participate in Rachael Ritchey's awesome weekly prompt- BlogBattle. I came across it through a very dear friend's blog- Phoenix Grey. You can visit Rachael's blog to find out more about #blogbattle- Writing Rachael Ritchey BlogBattle rules: 1000 words max fictional tale (or true if you really want) PG (no more than PG-13) Content – let’s [...]
Jessie: Story About A Girl is a contemporary fiction short story series based on the theme of love and family. Each part of this story is written for the photo prompts at Describli. Ruined Dreams Genre: Contemporary Fiction “I love someone else," one sentence that changed everything - my dreams, my expectations and, most of all, my [...]
Jessie: Story About A Girl is a contemporary fiction short story series based on the theme of love and family. Each part of this story is written for the photo prompts at Describli. Baking a Pie Genre: Contemporary Fiction I’m drenched in sweat, trying to figure out this new recipe mom e-mailed me yesterday and keeping [...]
On the morning of her fifth birthday, Miki Suzuki’s aged grandfather gave her an unusual gift – the fragment of a story. The tale told of a magical realm where all the women were beautiful, dressed in the finest gowns, and where the men had the looks of movie stars. The trees were covered in ivory-white blossom all year round, and everyone was joyful and proud. This place, young Miki learned, was a city in far off Europe – a city called Paris.
Author: Gareth Barsby Release Date: February 13, 2014 Series: None Genre: Fiction | Short Stories Edition: Mobi Pages: - Publisher: - Buy it here: Amazon Blurb Remember the stories from your childhood? Remember the fairy tales, the cartoons, and the talking animals? What if they were real? And what if there was more to their [...]
Author: Jay Faerber Illustrator: Scott Godlewski and Ron Riley Release Date: 11th March, 2015 Series: Copperhead Genre: Science-Fiction | Western | Mystery | Suspense | Action | Comics Edition: ascm file Pages: 128 Publisher: Image Comics Source: NetGalley Blurb Welcome to Copperhead, a grimy mining town on the edge of a backwater planet. Single mom [...]