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  1. Mary C
    February 15, 2016 @ 7:41 am

    I am a manic editor so would never waste space on long and irrelevant descriptions. You have to achieve a setting, though, as I have gathered from masses of reading on fiction writing. So, I try to get that out of the way in the first paragraph, with a few details. It can be as little as an allusion in 3 or 4 words, however.
    As to the other cliches – I think fantasy can incorporate degrees of those successfully and published stories often do. Sorry!


  2. Bill H
    August 6, 2015 @ 4:01 pm

    I was born at a very early age on a dark and story night, but no one cared one ***** bit, except for the grim reaper who stood over me, licking his lips while my whiny wife plunged a dime store dagger into me, as if my present heart attack wasn’t enough. Then, a Greek god appeared…..

    If you want to see the rest, I require payment in advance…although this strategy has not worked well for me, yet.



  3. AnnaY
    June 17, 2015 @ 5:39 pm

    Lazarus Carmille The possibility for fiction is always endless.


  4. Lazarus Carmille
    June 13, 2015 @ 11:57 pm

    I have none of the above I would even consider in any of my writing.  All of my work is original and inspired by music, or some sort of muse I encounter during the day.  I don’t like using characters from tv, movie or game.  Those I would classify as fanfiction.  Could Flash Fiction be made into a series?  I was thinking of creating a series that would carry on for a bit.  Sort of like a comic book, but words rather than images.  I like the reader to invent the images themselves, it’s more fun that way.


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