Greetings and Salutations reputable readers of the blog, I hope you enjoyed Juggling Time last week. As usual I have a tail for you today, but first let’s take a minute today to talk about stories and the people who tell them. I  spend a lot of time reading and listening to short stories.  It […]

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Greetings and Salutations most tolerant readers of the blog, Excuse my appearance and the melodious odor I’m emanating. Only minutes ago I escaped from a tomb Digger locked me in last Friday. I don’t think he intended to let me out at all. The Talbot name dates  back several centuries and is closely associated with […]

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Greetings and Salutations magnificent loyal readers of the blog, Today I would like to talk about Flash Fiction for a moment. The length for any particular piece is indeterminate, but most examples I’ve read are under 1,000 words. Night shift is under 500 words, that is where I think F.F. should fall. the ability to […]

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What follows is a pieces of Flash Fiction. Enjoy the ride   Life’s A Carnival By Dave Benneman Chase’s cash reserves were thinning faster than the crowd on the midway. Barkers called half-heartedly from their games. Vicky clutched an immense stuffed panda he’d won popping balloons with darts. It cost him a small fortune. He […]

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