Wendy Scott


Cats, books, riotthill, friends Agnes and Peter, sister Anne-Marie, cousin Ruth, hubby Warren-- much loved. I'll let you figure out the order. These ones mentioned, people, critters and objects already know.

Words + words = paragraphs + paragraphs = chapters + chapters = the story by which we each ride the light beams Einstein envisioned, reducing time and space to personal relativity.

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The Sleeping Gods
Price: Free! Words: 2,490. Language: English. Published: June 12, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American
How would you live and who would you worship after an apocalypse? Annie Hutchins knows.
Price: Free! Words: 700. Language: English. Published: June 11, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Plays & Screenplays
Flash fiction at its finest. A man is lost at sea with a sea gull as his companion.

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  • The Funeral Home: Book 2 of Series on April 02, 2011

    30% read, so far I'm impressed with Joyce Freese newest novel. It is well-researched, placing the reader solidly in a lively Victorian setting once the heroine Victoria becomes Dorian. Joyce creates good suspense and mystery through pacing, deliberately brief references and parallels between the two worlds -- modern and Victorian -- she creates. I'm also intrigued by Joyce's use of both 1st person and 3rd person omniscient POVs to tell the story, moving deftly from Victoria/Dorian to the other characters(Megan, Emma, Quinn, for eg) who populate her story.
  • Grace on June 12, 2011

    Charming story -- Macca and Eloise love and concern for their daughter shines through as the story unfolds, each parent in a unique way. Teenager Grace's defiance and angst is universal. I would love to see a longer version of the story to expand the characters and allow them to settle into their personalities. We only get glimpses in a short piece, but that's the nature of shorts, isn't it? Nice conflict in the setting (depression era against the wealth of Grace's family).
  • Edible Art and Other Flash Fiction on June 12, 2011

    lovely, funny characters in each story -- and so human!
  • Pinochle Anyone? on June 12, 2011

    So, being one card short of a deck isn't so bad after all.
  • Victoria's Home on June 24, 2011

    Another great story from Joyce. Joyce uses 1st, 3rd and third person omniscient (Point Of View) to move the story forward by increasing tension; the technique allows the readers to know more than the characters. Even the old Victorian mansion becomes a player as the story unfolds, lending a ghostly venue for this mystery thriller. Nice use of contrast; POV, the anonymity of the stalker (we suspect from the beginning he isn't Peter Carter, as he claims) against Victoria's need for recognition; Victoria's independence, Shane's regrets, the stalker's need for dependence, old and new, for example. All these contrasts help build depth and suspense as the story unfolds. I won't give away the plot, but I will tell you this is an enjoyable glimpse into Victoria Garraway's world of real estate, a golden past, a modern thriller and love denied.