Flash Fiction: Red Scarf

This week’s blog post is a bit of Flash Fiction that was inspired by a writing prompt about a lost red scarf. I did this entirely as dialogue and sound, which was an interesting exercise.   The Red Scarf      “Dammit!”      “What’s wrong now, Mother?”

Sensory Details Can Bring Your Story to Life

“Good writing is supposed to evoke sensation in the reader – not the fact that it’s raining, but the feel of being rained upon.” –E. L. Doctorow Humans use five main senses, which are our key physiological capacities for data perception. However, in most early writing, there is a tendency...