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Monthly Archives: December 2019
Good news for them getting tired of these reminders — the nineteen who voted; this is the last reminder before the January 1 deadline for castig your vote for the best Christmas Short Story Challenge submissions for them who’ve yet … Continue reading
All of these are from the last four months of posting so they might still be fresh in some people’s memories. I’m fairly certain most of the non-regular readers don’t see the entirety of my posts. It’s evident that if … Continue reading
Good news for them getting tired of these reminders — the twelve who voted; don’t despair; there are only two more days before the January 1 deadline to cast your vote for the best Christmas Short Story Challenge submissions. Besides, … Continue reading
So, the first four months were . . . lacking. Specifically, lacking in photos. To be sure, there were a lot of photos, and they will eventually post, but this is a review of what I posted, not what I … Continue reading
Although an arbitrary measure of time, the ending of each year brings out everyone’s desire to mark the occasion with a retrospective. Who am I to buck the trend? I mean, there will be another discussion about what constitutes a … Continue reading
Readers might be familiar with the recent writing challenges (The 1500 words challenge and Christmas Short Story Challenge). By the way, you can still (and should) vote on the Christmas Story Challenge if you’ve not yet done so. One impetus … Continue reading
My third reminder for readers — if they are so inclined and have not already done so — to vote. In this case, vote for one of the Christmas Short Story Challenge submissions. The poll is at the end of … Continue reading