Monthly Archives: November 2013

THE LAST FRIENDSTER

PASADENA, CA:  Eighty-eight year-old Mildred Stone, grandmother of seven, posted two complaints this morning.  There was a sticky, disgusting substance on the Post Office counter where she had to sign a form to pick up the mail for her neighbor, off visiting relatives in Toledo.  Her second rant regarded the line at Dunkin Donuts: too […]

Guest Blogger John Gurney: Setting a Scene…Without Being There Part 2

Originally posted on heatherzhutchinswrites:
John Gurney is a fiction writer who can write scenes about places he has never visited. In Part 1, John explained how he found the Museo Trotsky in Mexico City and used it as a scene in his novel. I believe there are no ‘minor’ scenes. Fiction stands on the temporary…