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First Ever Submission Call!

Ladies and Gents of the Write!

Earlier whilst perusing the Facebook or as I like to call it the PhotoBook, I came across a picture shared by my friend Franki Sinopoli Hunt.

The aforementioned picture was that of a sculpture called Freedom by artist  Zenos Frudakis. Here it is and this is the best shot I could find of it.

The piece, for me, is stunning and thought provoking to say the very least.

It also inspired me to write something, not so much about it, but along the lines of what is happening here. Fighting for freedom and the feeling one may or may not feel if he/she succeeds/fails.

So, that inspired me further.

And that is this:

Write your piece, under 500 words for short story or a suitable length for poetry 

Title? I’ll keep it simple.


What will you get? The writing experience, the joy of creating, a spot on this blog and permission to gloat on Facebook, The Twitter and anywhere else you choose. You may even find a new audience. That’s always good.

How’s that? Cool?


Send submissions to me at tymothylongoria [at] yahoo.com.

If I get more than a few, I’ll go through them with zeal and pick the most captivating.

The call begins today, October 3rd, and will run through Sunday October 16th, deadline for submissions. Get your hearts in check and write on!

See you there.

Be blessed.


More Writing! #FollowFriday

It’s #FollowFriday!!!

Tweet your Writers, Homies, Sisters, Brothers. Live in Love.

Also check out my interview by the most cool Twitter Friend Amy Beth Fredricksen.

Who are the “stories”…?

The tales you heard as a child? Only rumors of what really happened.

“The ability to convert ideas to things is the secret to outward success.”
— Henry Ward Beecher Via my Friend and sis in Christ, Christin Mowery

Also I like to share music on Fridays. Here’s a great song. Inspiring to say the least song. It played often while I wrote major scenes in Book One.

Guest Post: I’m gonna be a Rockstar by Heather Reese

I’m gonna be a rockstar.


Or at least that is what I thought hoped.  I hadn’t really given up hope, until I got too old to try out for American Idol.  This season that is on right now would have been my last shot.  Would I have made it very far? Or even made it to Hollywood? Would I ever have thousands of screaming fans singing my lyrics back to me while I’m on stage?  I’ll never know. Maybe it’s better that way, so I can keep dreaming that I would have.

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New Post. New Friends. Newness All Around.

Nicholas Denmon: Writer, Politico and overall guy smiley.

…and fellow #BNFF. Yeah. Nerds. We are the new rockstars.

Check it!:Cat Get Off My Keyboard

Nics Twitter  Hit’em up.


Penelope Fletcher

I want to write something worth remembering. I have a suspicion it will take most of my life, but I’m okay with that. I write fantasy, which to date has fallen into the young adult readership. I listen more than I speak, and skip from one thought to the other quite fast. I love to smile, and my favorite thing to do in the whole world is to read.–Penelope Fletcher

THIS is an excellent, to the point trailer. It’s my cup o’ hot tea.

Find out more about Penelope and her latest projects! The Blog.

She can be found on Facebook here and Sends out great tweets here

Intrigue.  Maybe in the future Rae and my m/c can either join forces or…


C.E. Smith


Support her in her Writing journey!



So if you’re having a bad day, just let your mind wonder and know that it will be okay.–Claire

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