Rough Writer Tour: Ruchira Khanna

Rough Writer Tour: Ruchira Khanna

One of the benefits of writing flash fiction with a community of writers comes from getting to know each writer and watching his or her literary art flourish. Ruchira Khanna’s writing bridges two worlds (India and America) just as her latest book tackles what...
Dreaming

Dreaming

It can be a relief to wake up and realize, it was only a dream. But what if we are always dreaming? Dreams are the veil between the conscious and subconscious. Perhaps daydreams are the bridge between possibility and practicality. With dreaming, anything goes. Writers...
February 11: Flash Fiction Challenge

February 11: Flash Fiction Challenge

An engine lurches and mutters to a halt. It’s so dark outside, the night is like obsidian, but I see dim headlights and a bobbing flashlight as a man tries to open the hood to the engine of his logging truck. The Hub puts on shoes and a jacket to go outside and...
Why I Write

Why I Write

I write, therefore I am. It seems easy to answer when writing feels akin to drawing breath. But it’s as complicated as trying to explain how the lungs function. Writer, Robin Flanigan, invited me to ponder this question in a blog hop that considers the reasons...