And magically, I appear here again. Even though I’m still on hiatus and away from the net, through the sorcery of pre-posting I can bring something interesting to your attention today. That is, Sunday, May 15.
Over at Beat to a Pulp, a friend of mine named Linda Schenck has her first published story up on the site today. It’s called “Nobody’s Listening” and is only about 750 words long. It’s an excellent story, a quick read, and I’d love it if folks could drop by for a quick peruse and comment. It’s great to welcome a newly published author into our ranks!
The link will take you to the Beat to a Pulp main page. If you then click on “Weekly Punch” on the right side you should be directed straight to Linda’s story. The Leave a comment link is at the bottom.
And a fantastic story it is, Charles. Linda is indeed a talented writer.
And a great one, it was.
Sorcery of pre-posting... very useful indeed. thanks for the warning ;)
Thrilled to be BACK-
Warm Aloha from Honolulu
I'm all about brevity; especially in the courtroom. I'll follow the link.
It's a great story that packs a heck of a punch both in terms of pure story and in the message it sends. Not an easy feat for less than a thousand words.
Thansk so much for arranging some posts for us while you're on an internet break. :)
You know, blogger should find a way to let us anticipate what you're going to pre-post so that we may pre-comment.
Hope things are going well with you.
It's a very well crafted story. But as I read it, I wondered if anyone should be listening to this guy, and if so, what for.
It kinda reminds me of all those people who trample on civil rights so that they, in their own words, can defend civil rights.
Thanks everyone. I really appreciate your support for Linda.
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