Every morning I use an eyelash curler, in an attempt to override my drooping eyelids.
And as evidenced by all the skin cleansers and skin sloughers and skin creams that hog up space in my hall closet, it's obvious--I'm trying to be something I'm not (which is older than mud).
As writers, we specialize in what is faux and what is not. Even if we're writing nonfiction, we're putting our own spin on things, and filling in with details that we forgot long ago.
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My slice-of-life story, "Still Dishing It Out"
is going to be one of the 101 story offerings.
I received word yesterday that my story has made it to the final round. I also received a letter yesterday from a
What is the thing that is most faux about you or your life? Don't be afraid to share. I won't tell a soul...