Flash Fiction: Making the Cut

Holding her fox tail, Robin had a lightbulb moment.

She pulled a kitchen knife. “I’ve had it!”

“Robin—”

She winced thrusting the blade. “It’s not like your bear tail, John! This thing dominates my ass!”

Robin lifted her jeans. “There! I’ve invented the tail hole!”

 

 

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    1. Thank you, Scribe. :-) I used to have a problem with running too thick on description in my writing — not an uncommon problem amid science fiction and fantasy authors… we are describing things that don’t exist, after all. But working within word count limitations in shot stories and especially microfiction on Twitter has taught me the strength of using only a few good words and trusting the reader’s imagination. :-)

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      1. I have to ask, would you be up for collaborating on anything. I would love to be able to read maybe a few of your works on my youtube channel (all proper credit given of course). Especially a fantasy short story or two. You’re a talent I would love to learn from.

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      2. I have too much on my plate at the moment to consider taking on collaborative project at this time, but in a few months I should have chapters from one or two upcoming novel projects looking for beta reads if you’re interested. And if you’d like to read my work on your channel, I’m flattered! Just let me know witch ones and go ahead. :-) Beyond the micros I post here, the fiction section on my author’s site has a number of my short stories and novelettes hosted within it.

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