Creative Wednesday – Spillwords Publication of the Year

Well, I haven’t won yet, but I found out early this week that my flash fiction story ‘Resurrection’ has been nominated for Spillwords Press Publication of the Year (Non-Poetic). It previously won Publication of the Month, thanks to all your support, so if you would like to vote for it again for Publication of the Year (you have until January 31st), here’s the link:

And if you haven’t read ‘Resurrection’ yet, but want to, click here. I hope you enjoy it!

*If you do vote for me and let me know, I’ll name a character in a future short story after you, although I can’t guarantee you’ll have a happy ending–a lot of my stories are pretty dark (rubs hands together and laughs maniacally).

*Also, I know it’s not Wednesday but I forgot to do this yesterday because I spent all day yesterday thinking it was Thursday. I’m not even sure what day today is.



32 thoughts on “Creative Wednesday – Spillwords Publication of the Year

  1. Ohhh, so exciting and well deserved, my girl! I LOVED this and am diving in now to vote!

    And yes, happy ending, please…perhaps set in Paris….with my beautiful forever person at my side, and my precious puppy, of course. I know, doesn’t sound very suspenseful, but with the shit that I get myself into and your hilarity, you can conjure up something brilliant, I’m sure of it! 😉

    Big hug to you, and you’ve already won in my mind, so congrats!!!

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  2. I wanted to let you know that I read the story (Great Story) the day you posted this. I must have got distracted and never got back to leave you a comment. I tied to vote but for some reason it wouldn’t let me. Do you have to be a member or something? I hope you win.
    Your story reminds me of why my husband, who used to work in a funeral home, always tells me to make sure he is dead for at least 3 hours before they do an autopsy.

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    • Aw thanks—I appreciate it. I didn’t win but at least I was nominated! My mom has always insisted on the same thing as your husband. It must be a common fear—the Victorians even had bells on their graves!

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