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Writing Wrap-Up III

It's that time again! Another week has gone and below is a summary of the week's posts on the site. And of course, that means another picture of a food wrap. This one looks delicious! So if you've missed anything this week, you can easily find what interests you below. Enjoy!

On Monday I started my first free flash fiction stories (how do you like that alliteration?). These are based on WordPress' Weekly Photo Challenge. I take the theme and photo they present and turn it into a story. It's not what they intend for the post, but it's how I'm using it. I plan to put these up every Monday of the week.


I then posted how to win a free copy of Arrogation from the Miscorrection series. This was a puzzle that wasn't too difficult. In the end, some solved the puzzle, but only one person took advantage of the offer. Even though the offer has expired, I've left the puzzle on the site in case people want to try it out in the future.

Arrogation Ebook Contest

My next two posts were the blog's statistics for the past month and the weekly poll. The weekly poll is in regards to smartphones and what you prefer. So if you haven't had a chance, vote in the poll to share your thoughts.

Blog Stats II

Weekly Poll II

I then posted about my concern with writing. I feel I need to be careful that I deliver quality over quantity in my writing. More of my thoughts can be found in the post.

Quality Over Quantity

Finally, I posted a book review. This one was for The Accidental Time Machine  by Joe Haldeman. Be sure to check it out.

Book Review: The Accidental Time Machine by Joe Haldeman

And that's it for the week. There's more to come next week. If you ever have anything you'd like to see on the site, let me know and I may just write about it.


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