Category Archives: #pedometergeek

Best Friends: A 99-word Flash Fiction

Best Friends Suddenly, Cora Kingston moved away. Brokenhearted, she married the first man she met. The truth was that she would always love John, her best friend. They became fast friends from the time they met. John and Cora played … Continue reading

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Graphic Artists: A 99-word Flash Fiction

Graphic Artists Angela was going to the museum to see the new collection of graphic artists. That is, until she got stopped by the train. It was a good thing she wasn’t in a hurry because the train was barely … Continue reading

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Scarlett: A 99-Word Flash Fiction

Scarlett It was the end of Scarlett’s long day at her new job when she got a text from her mother: “Take dinner to Gram.” Grabbing some food from the establishment, Scarlett then plugged Gram’s new address into her GPS, … Continue reading

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The Journey of a Thousand Miles…

starts with a single step, but this pedometer geek has been slacking. The thousand mile goal has been met for the year, but… This slacking pedometer geek hasn’t posted statistics on books or walking for the past three months. Just … Continue reading

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Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction: Into the Dark

Snow Vacation On that first weekend in December, our family decided to spend a few days at our mountain cabin. We were excited to spend a last weekend away before winter. Flakes fell, becoming a blizzard, and soon we were … Continue reading

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What-the-Tuck: Two New Trends

This pedometer geek reader has recently identified what could be new What-the-tuck trends in novels. Because of the predominance of repeated use of particular words and phrases, there are two that I have added to my growing list. The first … Continue reading

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BP–A Sense of Place: Hiking Trail

The Haiku Foundation has had a weekly column running for several months. It is moderated by K.J. Munro, a haiku poet from Canada. Called A Sense of Place, the column focuses upon haiku written about a particular place as seen … Continue reading

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