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May fiction challenge

30 April, 2012

One of my worst habits is taking on another writing project that I don’t have time to do. This then leads to another bad habit – stressing that I am not getting enough work done, when the fact that my mental inbox is overflowing is caused by taking on said projects.

This latest over-filler of my time will be a(n almost but not quite) Daily Fiction challenge for the month of May. Inspired by the Photo a Day challenge below, as posted by, but not being any kind of decent photographer, I will instead use the daily themes to write some pieces of short fiction. I won’t find time to do this every day, but when I do and if they are good enough,  I will post them.

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