The Rule of Three is a month-long fiction blogfest, where we’ve created a ‘world’, the town of Renaissance, and challenged you to create a story within it. The story will feature 3 characters of your creation, who will be showcased on your blog on 3 different Wednesdays, following the Rule of Three. The 4th Wednesday, we’ll have the culminating scene.
After yesterday’s interview by J.L. Campbell, today I’m being interviewed by professional Storyteller; NYS Certified Drama Teacher and published author Stuart Nager . He is another kind and generous author-friend I made on A to Z Challenge.
Click through here to check out the questions he asks me, and the answers I attempt to give him.
After publishing the ebook A to Z Stories of Life and Death, the one thing I’ve realized is that I have very kind blog-friends. They have helped spread the word: AlexJCavanaugh, Arlee Bird, and Rachel Morgan have spoken about the book so far, and I’m really touched.
I write quite a bit of short fiction on this blog, some of which resulted in A to Z Stories of Life and Death.
This week I’ve decided to switch it around a little–still short fiction, only I’m not writing it.
On the 25th, I hosted Stuart Nager’s flash fiction, and today I give you Patricia Lynne, whose book ‘Being Human’ is making a quite a splash just now.
I met Stuart during the A to Z challenge, which resulted in the book of flash fiction A to Z Stories of Life and Death. He was one of the few who wrote fiction for all the 26 posts for the 26 days of April, and I loved his work. For today’s post, he wanted to work on prompts, so I sent him the picture to the left by Andrew Graeme Gould and the word prompts: Pencil, Hourglass. Word count: 250
A lot of rain, a green-washed village, a storm, rain, a walk on metaled roads amid lush fields, no internet, no electricity, no phone calls…the clock turned into an hourglass…this was my day yesterday.
The publishing world is in a state of flux, and I for one believe that writers must keep abreast of trends, and technology. As regulars at my blog know, I used the A to Z Challenge in April to learn the ropes of the e-book world, by recently publishing my first e-book, A to Z Stories of Life and Death.