9.12.14

Continuing with our spotlight on Six Minute Story, the wonderful li’l site for jumpstarting your creativity with a 6-minute flash fiction/nonfiction writing challenge. Featuring as many of the gems as we can throughout September. Want to join in the fun? Cruise to Six Minute Story, write something, and shoot me (Xe) the link via email at voxology(at)xesands(dot)com. Easy-peasy. If you want to record it, even better! Upload it to SoundCloud and shoot me the link, and I’ll include it in next week’s post!

This week, it’s Xe and Seymour holding down the recorded Six Minute Story front, with a few other nifty pieces in print only. Check those out here:

 

Faith Full, by Galen Sanford

The Border, by kayemnic

Finishing up with some word play from Diane Havens & Robert Jadah, and of course, Tom Jones to round us out.

 

 

Green Man, by Seymour Jacklin & Six Minute Story

Read by Xe Sands

So you’re a bit down on your luck? Feel like the world is against you these years? Well just so happens that Old Bree heard a tale that might help you. Buy her a pint and she just might tell you.

This little gem comes to us from Seymour Jacklin (aka Seeingmore), a marvelous storyteller, who wrote this in response to the Going Public Six Minute Story September challenge.

Original story can be found here:
sixminutestory.com/stories/green-man
Recorded with permission of the author.

 

 

Rebel, by Seymour Jacklin

Read by Seymour Jacklin

Short ones from writing prompts supplied by sixminutestory.com, where you have just 6 minutes to write something based on a random prompt.

 

 

 

Metamorphosis, by Seymour Jacklin

Read by Seymour Jacklin

Short ones from writing prompts supplied by sixminutestory.com, where you have just 6 minutes to write something based on a random prompt.

 

 

 

“i” Indeed, by Robert Jadah

Read by Diane Havens

And now for something completely different. A word game writer’s challenge: write for as long as you can using the letter “i” as the first letter of each word. Robert Jadah’s silly little tale of 51 words fits the bill. I, i, i! Impressive.

 

 

Tom Jones Book X Ch 3, by Henry Fielding

Mark writes…

Book 10 Chapter 3 of Tom Jones.

This is part of an ongoing project in which I will record and post one chapter per week of Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones over the course of four years.

This chapter details the arrival of a charming young woman at the inn, with the added comedy of the landlady shouting at her chambermaid.

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