Fiction Festival

April is almost over, but it was Poem-A-Day (Poetic Asides) month at Writer’s Digest. If that’s not your speed, author Beth Cato (you might remember that I promoted her novel The Clockwork Dagger a few months ago) is participating in #TwitterFictionFestival.

Beth’s idea is to use her posts for other authors to use as jumping off points for their own stories, she told me that she wanted to do mini stories/story prompts and poems. Whatever she decides it looks like a lot of fun!

You can see Beth’s posts at her twitter @BethCato, follow the twitter feed itself at #TwitterFictionFestival or check out the prior year at #TwitterFictionFestival Archive.

Each author will have a specific posting time between May 11-15 for their prompts/posts. So keep an eye out for your favorite author!

And make sure you check out Beth’s blog and her new novella (The Deepest Poison) in the Clockwork series! It debuts in just a couple of days.

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