Monthly Archives: May 2022

Snowstorm

A Short Story Story based on the image shown — image is from pixabay Snowstorm A short story by Lynn Miclea Rick Landers squinted through the windshield of his SUV. The snow was now coming down harder, and he began … Continue reading

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A Friendly Face

A Short Story A Friendly Face A short story by Lynn Miclea Hanna entered the park, stretched her muscles, and started jogging. With not too many people there, it was perfect — great weather, fresh air, and beautiful scenery. At … Continue reading

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Writing Tip:  HOMONYMS

Homonyms, Homophones, and Homographs People often mix up the terms homonyms, homophones, and homographs. Although these terms are similar and have an overlap, they have specific meanings. This should help to keep them straight. Basically, homonyms sound the same and … Continue reading

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Sugar Cookies

A short story based on the image shownfrom a prompt from Writers Unite! – May 2022 Sugar Cookies A short story by Lynn Miclea Megan slowly drove up the long driveway and parked the car. A heavy sense of loneliness … Continue reading

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The Assignment

A short story — May 2022 The Assignment A short story by Lynn Miclea Greg looked at me, his clear blue eyes intense. “Did you see our new assignment?” “Yes,” I answered, drumming my fingers on the table. Excitement ran … Continue reading

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