Easy Chair: My Latest Story Published by Stories with Pictures

Alice Cuninghame, a writing coach, copywriter and fiction writer from Brighton, UK, started Stories with Pictures to match writers with artists in order to create artistic collaborations and then publish them online. I was extremely happy to have been paired with photographer Fleur Alston, who supplied the picture which inspired Easy Chair, a 500 word flash fiction piece. You can find Fleur’s work at http://fleuralston.wordpress.com/ and http://fleuralston.wix.com/fleur-alston-photography

I invite you to follow the link below to see our finished product. 🙂 http://www.storieswithpictures.org/easy-chair/

For more information about Stories with Pictures, contact Ms. Cuninghame at:

info@storieswithpictures.org

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About Dyane

Dyane Forde’s love of writing began with an early interest in reading and of words in general. Writing has been a life-long passion and she writes all types of things, from short stories, novels, flash fiction and poetry. Dyane writes to communicate, meaning that writing becomes a means through which she seeks to connect with people on a level deeper than intellect.
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6 Responses to Easy Chair: My Latest Story Published by Stories with Pictures

  1. rcprice says:

    I love reading your stories. You really know how to draw people in and keep them captive with your words. It was sad and beautiful at the same time.

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  2. As i’ve said before … Great work. xx

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