A writing exercise turned serious
We have posted the second chapters of Michael Dilts, Wendy Joseph, Robert Marazas and Parisiane Modert. All who remains is Laura Girardeau, but before we post her final entry, we (moi, actually) would like to share a chapter from our own Tiffany Monique, who was ineligible to compete because, well, I said so (It’s good to be king).
Good evening from the Towers that were once a scant 30 miles from this very cove, before relocating to the land of the double-entundra, Moscow, Idaho! We have a few more entries to post; after this, I believe one from Parisianne Modert, Barbara Keeling still remain. If you have not seen your story posted, please […]
(personally, I think author Tiffany Monique is in(da)vinciable) Literati! Tiffany Monique, who conjured up the ghost of William the shaker of spears for her first entry returns now with something slightly more acidic as her second entry into The First Annual Peggy Dobbs Write-of-Passage Contest. If you are joining us for the first time, details […]
And how can it be, oh my beloved Literati, that one so frivolous as thine own Editor-in-Chief (that tis eternally moi) could seduce from the ether of cyberspace a story of such poetic grandeur?
Literati! New to our site is the brilliant Tiffany Monique, with her entry to our current contest Wingnuts. (http://www.awordwithyoupress.com/2013/05/04/wing-nuts-our-new-contest/ Her wingman as she sleazes into the bar is Dean Koontz. Here is a bit about the lad: Koontz was born on July 9, 1945, in Everett, Pennsylvania, the son of Florence (Logue) and Raymond Koontz. […]
Still need a reason to come to Dime Stories? How bout this…. Tiffany, Little Miss Creative Missfit, charms and disarms and does no harms. Already a fovorite to win our Wing Nuts Contest and she hasn’t even entered yet 😉 Read her blog 🙂 http://www.alwaysalreadyalright.blogspot.com/2013/05/dedicated-to-word-with-you-press.html