Image is emotion. Image is action. Image is thought.
What if a writer could use words to paint a picture that told a story? Of all the sense perceptions that people have it is the sense of sight that we are probably most dependent upon. If a writer could use words that appealed to our sense of sight the story would come alive on the page in front of the reader’s eyes. The images of the story would play out like a movie projected on the screen in the reader’s mind.
You will find such stories in the sidebar on the right under “Great Flash Fiction Stories To Read”…
Here’s a shout-out to the students of the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, Point Park University, Robert Morris University, Carlow University, Chatham University, Triangle Tech, Everest Institute, Kaplan Career Institute, Sanford Brown Institute, ITT Tech, Strayer University, Penn State University and West Virgina University.
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