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Starting on 11/27, WWK Bloggers will present new holiday short stories for your reading pleasure until the New Year. Look for a new short story each week. We will resume blogging on January 1, 2021.

11/27--Margaret S. Hamilton, "They Shoot Pumpkins, Don't They?"

12/03--Annette Dashofy, "A Christmas Delivery"

More to come!













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KM Rockwood's "Stay Safe--Very Safe" appears in this year's 2020 BOULD anthology. Congratulations, KM!

Margaret S. Hamilton's "Dealing at the Dump" will appear in Cozy Villages of Death Fall 2020.

Margaret S. Hamilton's "Black Market Baby" and Debra H. Goldstein's "Forensic Magic" will appear in Masthead: Best New England Crime Stories Fall 2020.

Two new books for WWK members: Jennifer J. Chow's Mimi Lee Reads Between the Lines (look for the interview on WWK on 11/11) and Judy Penz Sheluk's Where There's A Will. Both books will be released on November 10.

For The Love Of Lobster Tales by Shari Randall is now available to download free for a limited time. Go to Black Cat Mysteries at: https://bcmystery.com/ to get your free copy! Thanks for the freebie, Shari.

Annette Dashofy signed with agent Dawn Dowdle of the Blue Ridge Literary Agency. Congratulations, Annette!

Keenan Powell recently signed with agent Amy Collins of Talcott Notch. Congratulations, Keenan!

KM Rockwood's "Secrets To The Grave" has been published in the new SinC Chesapeake Chapter's new anthology Invitation To Murder, released by Wildside Press on 10/6.

Susan Van Kirk's Three May Keep A Secret has been republished by Harlequinn's Worldwide Mystery. The WWK interview about the book can be accessed here. We're so glad another publisher picked up this series.

KM Rockwood's "Burning Desire," and Paula Gail Benson's "Living One's Own Truth," have been published in the anthology Heartbreaks & Half-truths. Congratulations to all of the WWK writers.

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Friday, November 13, 2020

Is It Too Much to Ask? by Warren Bull

 




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6 comments:

Jim Jackson said...

We might be heading in that direction with augmented e-books which can embed video links, etc. For now, we are stuck with our words and readers with their imaginations.

Margaret S. Hamilton said...

I'd like a drone shot of the area, circling closer and closer to the opening setting. Same shot at the end in reverse, pulling away.

Kait said...

Fascinating concept, and as Jim pointed out, one that might be in our near future. As for me, because I write in South Florida where the landscape tends to be rich and vibrant, shots of fauna and flora would be nice scene augments.

Susan said...

So even reading is now going to be inundated with the technical world? I am just shaking my head.

Kaye George said...

I'll be the devil's advocate here. Our job is to accomplish all of this with words. Writing cinematically, you pan out, take in the atmosphere and the surroundings, then zoom in onto the people. You set the tone with the types of words you use. Words have music and rhythm, if we're skilled enough to use them that way.

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