HELP ME TO FIND MY LOVE.–(7 Minutes Read)

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Days have passed us by, Without the hope of seeing each other again, Nothing to hold on to, Nothing to lay on except empty spaces, ? The shadows of your memory became a companion, The flashes of the moments we spend together became a source of relieve, The reality of our periods of ecstasy became what kept me going,… Continue reading HELP ME TO FIND MY LOVE.–(7 Minutes Read)

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin — www.Mlst.blog

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah … Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin — www.Mlst.blog

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin — According To Hoyt

The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin Short version – a lot better than when the idea was, ahem, floated, in 2012. [2012? That’s… a while ago. A geologic epoch in Internet years. Anyway.] The original post: https://accordingtohoyt.com/2012/03/21/what-is-human-wave-science-fiction-3/ Sarah followed it up a little later: Human Wave Dreaming in August […] via The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version … Continue reading The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin — According To Hoyt

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

#BlogBattle Fiction Entry: The Romantic Camping Holiday #Comedy #FlashFiction — BlondeWriteMore

I have decided to enter the August 2018 Blog Battle. If you are not familiar with this great contest, please check out the link. The word for this month is MOON. Here’s my entry: The Romantic Camping Holiday. Sun and moon were having their usual early morning chat. Moon couldn’t stop yawning. “Fancy some fun?” […] via #BlogBattle Fiction Entry: The Romantic Camping Holiday #Comedy #FlashFiction … Continue reading #BlogBattle Fiction Entry: The Romantic Camping Holiday #Comedy #FlashFiction — BlondeWriteMore

The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin — According To Hoyt

The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin Short version – a lot better than when the idea was, ahem, floated, in 2012. [2012? That’s… a while ago. A geologic epoch in Internet years. Anyway.] The original post: https://accordingtohoyt.com/2012/03/21/what-is-human-wave-science-fiction-3/ Sarah followed it up a little later: Human Wave Dreaming in August […] via The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version … Continue reading The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin — According To Hoyt

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin — www.Mlst.blog

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah … Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin — www.Mlst.blog

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin