I finally did it. I’m using a new browser. For weeks now the Old Soldier has found that his old Internet Explorer browser was not giving him the processes that he needed to publish the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette effectively. This morning I downloaded Google Chrome.
Well, all the applications are running faster. That’s for sure. The jury is still out, but there is no turning back now.
Hello hello hello, all my fans in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. It’s around 9:00 a.m. on another lovely, summer day in Pittsburgh. What will the blogging day bring?
I don’t know; but I do have a new short story for you by a guess writer that will be published next week. You know this publication is a paying market. Right? Explore the site. Submissions are welcomed.
Click the follow button to make sure that you don’t miss a single issue of the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette, the most exciting flash fiction publication on the Internet. The submissions tab for fiction is at the top of the page.
Read. Study. Write. Submit.
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- Don’t You Want To Get Paid For Your Flash Fiction? (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
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