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Wordy Wednesday: Muffins Don’t Fly (Guest Post)

Check out my guest post on Julia the Writer Girl’s blog! My short story, “Muffins Don’t Fly,” can now be read there. 🙂 Thanks so much, Julia, for this opportunity!

Julia blogs about her experiences as a (formerly) teenage writer, featuring posts that take us behind the scenes of her writing process and, most recently, a chronicle of her recent trip to study abroad in England. Her posts are always full of inspiring anecdotes and good humor (I particularly enjoyed her posts on regionalisms and no longer being a teen writer). I hope you’ll check her blog out, if you haven’t already, because it’s awesome!

Julia the Writer Girl

I’m currently on vacation in Europe with la familia, so this week’s Wordy Wednesday is coming at’cha from super awesome guest writer Allison Rose!

Allison Rose has been writing seriously since the age of ten.  Since then, she has penned a handful of short stories; some longer, still unpublished works; and a variety of fanfictions. When she’s not writing stories, she’s reading them.

Aside from the time she cared for her grandmother’s cat, who loved cream cheese, dusty shelves, and scratching innocent people, Allison has owned no pets.  But she does have a blog, (as blogs are much easier to maintain,) which she invites you to check out at: http://www.allisonthewriter.wordpress.com.

And now, I have the honor of sharing Allison’s hilarious short story “Muffins Don’t Fly.” I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

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Muffins don’t fly, right? I mean, they’re food. You eat them. A muffin…

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