Sunday, November 06, 2011


I'm a new Tweeter and I'm still trying to figure out how it works. But I've found it to be a great way of following various writers and editors. So I look forward to the time when I understand more. I'm not sure how you can follow me but I'm available under @graphomaniacal if you'd like to try.


I'm excited about Fuller's newly published novel, FULL BONE MOON. I've co-written articles on flash fiction with Fuller for Writer's Digest and we at one time team-taught an online flash fiction course, so I'm very familiar with his strong writing talent and know the new novel's going to be great. You can order it at


Write-A-Story-A-Day Project:
Members of my FlashFiction-W group joined in on a write-a-story-a-day project for all of October. It was wonderful to watch all that creativity and so many turned out several fine stories while participating. It went so well that I'll be setting it up again in January (so we can start the New Year off right). More details on that another day. (And thanks to Dow Ford for the fine idea.)

Flash Literature Winter Solstice Project:
This time last year I also set up a special one-day Winter Solstice project for writers/ lovers of flash fiction. About 50 writers participated last year and maybe even more will be joining us this year. I'll be getting that going again too because it was also a highly successful project. More info on that will arrive another time. But keep it in mind and check back for full details (when I get it set up again).

Until next time . . .

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At 4:33 PM, Anonymous Martin Karl said...

Hi, I'm also a new Tweeter, and a new flash fiction blogger. I'm looking forward to reading your blog!

At 6:58 AM, Blogger Pamelyn Casto said...

And I'll certainly be reading your blog as well, Martin. Flash fiction is one of my passions and I love reading what others say about it. Good to meet you, fellow flashfictioneer.

At 10:27 AM, Anonymous London Accountant said...

I'm going to follow you on Twitter and look forward to your tweets!

At 3:33 AM, Anonymous Cheoy Lee said...

Well, for one thing, Twitter, with its 140 character limit and fast-paced updates, is the ultimately appropriate place to be as a Flash Fiction writer or blogger!


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