Tag Archives: Sarah Brentyn

On the Edge of a Raindrop: A Book Review

From the title to the last page this is a book of words skilfully put together to create  powerful images from the darker side of the mind. This has similarities to the raindrop that has a outer surface tension which … Continue reading

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On the Edge of a Raindrop: New Book by Sarah Brentyn

I have been waiting for a new book to come out by Sarah Brentyn since I read and reviewed Hinting at Shadows in February of this year. Now here it is and what could be better – for three days … Continue reading

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Hurricane Relief: #flash4storms

Hurricane aid arrived on the east of the island. Apart from downed trees and roofs blown off they had fared well in the storm and even better in its aftermath.  “Chief Tom! They need that rice and water on the … Continue reading

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Help: #flash4storms

Horizontal unrelenting rain. Wind snapping trees like twigs and lifting roofs. It sounded like a train as the mountain slid down the hillside taking everything in its wake. Tidal surges flooded buildings. Nothing untouched, all smelling of rot. No food. … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Prompt for Hurricane Relief #Flash4Storms

A flash prompt with purpose. Sarah is raising awareness for the victims of the recent hurricanes, pledging to donate $1 for each response received up to $50 and giving writers another chance to practice their art. Happy writing. Source: Flash … Continue reading

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Hinting at Shadows: A book Review

Available on Amazon,  this short book gave me a long, delectable read. Although it could be read in a single sitting, I preferred to have the thought provoking flash fiction, short stories, micro flash and one liners wash over me … Continue reading

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