"Fiction" Blogs & Blog Posts

Why? What Have You Heard?Why? What Have You Heard?

A little writing, a LOT of photography

 
Lulu UnlimitedLulu Unlimited

Short stories just for the fun of it...stop by and meet Lulu's Friends...

 
Easy Street PromptsEasy Street Prompts

Daily creative prompts for writers and artists and a monthly magazine of th...

 
Flash Fiction and The Idea FairyFlash Fiction and The Idea Fairy

The dump site of one too many fictional stories... Even diamonds get thrown...

 
Shadow and FangShadow and Fang

The musings, methods, and sugar coated sass of paranormal romance author Ka...

 
A Darker Shade of MidnightA Darker Shade of Midnight

Murder mystery set in the Louisiana

 
Selling My Books on the Streets of BrooklynSelling My Books on the Streets of Brooklyn

The characters I meet on the street. Thoughts on books, film and TV.

 


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The potential to make yourself a better man... that is what it is to be Human... to make yourself more than you are. – Jean-Luc Picard (Star Trek Nemesis)As I was falling asleep last night I found myself thinking about Timothy Balding’s novel, sp...

The potential to make yourself a better man... that is what it is to be Human... to make yourself more than you are. – Jean-Luc Picard (Star Trek Nemesis)As I was falling asleep last night I found myself thinking about Timothy Balding’s novel, sp...

I swing my legs over the side of the bed. My feet dangle halfway to the floor. “What happens if I’m stuck in this skin? Will I eventually grow up?” I think for a moment. “The real Tommy Carlton died when he was in his late sixties—does that...

 Yes, after pulling herself out of her 1950’s rut as a swimsuit model to become everything from a doctor, lawyer, computer scientist, astronaut and even the president of the United States, Barbie has now become a 3D-animated hologram tha...

From Mini’s entry in Theo’s Book of Brilliant Lists—“a look at the various postures and positions employed by Theo’s friends during homework or computer use.” —SuperMegaNet, ep. 103, “Code Warrior”...

1. The Whistler - John Grisham. I have read all of Grisham's adult fiction. His is one of my top two thriller writers and here he is back on top form after a couple of books which were slightly below par by his high standards. Here is a gre...

Kathryn Hughes presents her book Victorians Undone in The Guardian:It’s an absence that has carried over into our own modes of writing about the mid-distance past. That’s why even the most attentive reader may finish a biography of a Victori...