March 4th, 2019- Monday News! Hope you are all doing great this beautiful week! Once again, Danielle Lee Zwissler, the author of many Romance novels, is our author of the month! Congratulations, Danielle!
Tuesday: Terrific Tuesday’s featured book is Justin Glennon’s “The Blood of the Dragon”.
Wednesday: Flash Fiction Wednesday “St. Patrick’s Day” style.
Thursday: Anthology Thursday with “13 Tales of the Paranormal”
Friday: Book Trailer Friday with “Lucky in Love”
Saturday: Debut of “Lucky in Love” by Danielle Lee Zwissler
Sunday: Sunday Funday
Hi, everyone, and thanks for coming to Firefly & Wisp’s website! We are so glad that you are here with us!
Tuesday: Reviews of “The Belt” by Agatha Rae
Wednesday: Flash Fiction Wednesday “Fantasy”
Thursday: Sibling Anthology – The Last Time I Saw You
Friday: Book Trailer of “The Belt”
Saturday: Erotica- Mark Harris
Sunday: Sunday with Jenny Snow
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Word count: whatever you fancy
Words to include: mouse, Jennifer, crazy, angst and monitor
Hi, and welcome to our Flash Fiction Wednesday! Have fun!
Word count: 2000 words no more
Use the following words: turtle, purple, orb and princess
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Hi, and welcome to our Flash Fiction Wednesday! Our story prompt is below!
Word Count: 500
Start with: The jack-o-lanterns had blood oozing out of their…
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Hi, and welcome to Flash Fiction Wednesday. Today’s story prompt is below!
Word count: 100
Elements: Pumpkin, a saw blade, a red rose and a scarf
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Hi! Here’s your fun flash for the week:
Genre: You choose!
Time: 25 minutes (NO MORE)
ELEMENTS THAT YOU MUST USE IN YOUR STORY: a mountain, a pair of dull scissors and a letter that was never mailed.
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word count: 1000
Start with: Jake ate the apple…
End with: and he put the eye in the drawer and then laughed.
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Hi, everyone, and welcome to Flash Fiction Wednesday!
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Wordcount: 500 words
Story must have a beginning, middle and end.
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