Gayle is passionate about writing and keen to showcase Aussie culture to a global audience. Gayle has a Bachelors Degree in Business and a Diploma in Company Directorship and earns her living as an accountant. After allowing her career to consume her for nearly thirty years, she started to write in earnest just prior to turning fifty. Gayle writes short stories and flash fiction for relaxation and uses writing competitions to help maintain momentum. She participated in NaNoWriMo last year and is currently editing her first novel, ‘Petals in the Dust’. Also an avid fan of twitter fiction, very short stories told in 140 characters, Gayle tweets a story daily @GayleBeveridge on Twitter.
Gayle lives in Narre Warren North, in Australia with her husband Roger. She has two step children and three wonderful grandchildren. She loves her family, dogs, sunsets, chocolate, and bird watching. More about Gayle and links to some of her award winning stories can be found on her website www.ficklefiction.com.
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The History of Rock and Roll in 99 tweets
on June 12, 2011
Andy Szpuk has joined the growing Twitter Fiction movement to produce this very clever story in which each paragraph of 140 characters or less (the limit for a tweet) features the title or words from a rock and roll song.
We follow Harry through a life of misdirected love and business failures and successes, all the while recognising tags to songs we've sung for generations.
A very affordable piece of entertainment. Well done Mr. Szpuk.