It seems that other than my Saturday “Rainbow Snippets” and my Sunday “what I’m reading on the treadmill” posts, I’ve veered off the track of including things pertinent to my myself or own writing in my blog posts. For now I do plan to continue to sign up for promo posts for other writers’ new releases, etc. (although they do turn into a bit of a time suck), but I’m also going to intersperse it with a variety of other things. I won’t necessarily have a “Throwback Thursday” post every week, but I’ve got a number of weekday hashtag ideas that’ll (hopefully) be inserted a few times each week to supplement the outside promo bits.
Today, for #ThrowbackThursday I’m posting a snippet from one of my earliest short stories, Photo Shoot. A reworked edition is included in my short story collection, Snapshots, but it was first published back in November of 2009. The beginning of the story was first told in the form of a prompt word inspired bit of flash fiction. Some of those prompt words were dropped in the published form, but the general idea of the story remained the same.
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