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Interview on Flash Fiction Chronicles Oct. 15, 20012

Interview: Warren C. Easley Has EDF’s Top Story for September 2012 Posted by Thomas Jay Rush under advice, interview [5] Comments by Thomas Jay Rush Flash Fiction Chronicles interviewed Warren C. Easley about Every Day Fiction’s Top Story for September, … Continue reading

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The Promise

This story was published at Every Day Fiction (www.everydayfiction.com) on September 8, 2012.  It won story of the month at EDF for the month of September. Momma always said I slept like a nervous bird.  When I heard the front door click open … Continue reading

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What Is Flash Fiction?

Flash Fiction is generally defined as fiction restricted to one thousand words or less.  Telling an engaging, stand-alone story with so few words is both challenging and fun, but the biggest reward from my viewpoint is the quick turnaround.  Writing … Continue reading

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To Catch a Wolf

I drove by our local library one night and saw a kid sitting against a wall in the shadows with his computer open on his lap.  He was obviously availing himself of the library’s free WiFi signal.  I got to … Continue reading

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Free Fall

You push off the Golden Gate bridge to end it all but as you break contact, realize you’ve made a horrible mistake… Free Fall When I scored the last parking space in the big lot on the south side of the Golden … Continue reading

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