Tag Archives: short stories

The Effective Author: The Power of Surprise Endings

The Effective Author: The Power of Surprise Endings © 2019 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. Anyone who has ever read Agatha Christie novels knows how delightful the surprise endings are: the power reveal always takes place at … Continue reading

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Forgotten Places

Forgotten Places by C.K. Thomas Did you ever have an idea for a writing project that didn’t gel for many years? I did. I do. It’s still a foggy idea, but recently I was thinking, What if? What if I … Continue reading

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Local Venue Highlights Phoenix-Area Writers

Local Venue Highlights Phoenix-Area Writers by Patricia Grady Cox A friend of mine recently participated in a relatively new event for writers: Spillers. It takes place every three months at the Crescent Ballroom in downtown Phoenix. You can get all … Continue reading

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A Happy Xmas Ending

CAUTION: This post contains adult content. It’s not explicit, but it is a mature topic. If such material offends you, SKIP it. Don’t read it and then complain later, because your comments will be deleted.  A Happy Xmas Ending by … Continue reading

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