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Flax-Golden Tales

Flax Golden Tales Erin wrote flax golden tales ten sentence stories inspired by photographs taken by her friend Carey Farrell from July to July They are all archived and can be read at the link attached She s

  • Title: Flax-Golden Tales
  • Author: Erin Morgenstern Carey Farrell
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Online Only
  • Erin wrote flax golden tales ten sentence stories inspired by photographs taken by her friend Carey Farrell from July 2009 to July 2014 They are all archived and can be read at the link attached She started them for her birthday to make her blog look like an actual writer direct quote Five years and 261 stories later she decided it was time to stop.

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    About Author

    1. Erin Morgenstern Carey Farrell says:
      Erin Morgenstern is a writer and a multimedia artist, who describes all her work as fairy tales in one way or another She grew up in Marshfield, Massachusetts She currently lives in Boston, Massachusetts with two very fluffy cats.

    Comment 555 on “Flax-Golden Tales

    1. Amy says:
      This collection is proof that Erin Morgenstern only can weave beautiful, imaginative fully realized stories out of almost nothing 10 sentences Though I would love full length novels spun from preamble to an unwritten fairy tale and simple as kisses My favorite tales SO MANY hollow places bunny without a hop lion with a rabbit heart the wish granters simple steps steps a lonely giraffe spun into myth the dog will see you now to the ones who do the leaving hardest truths from softest wool pray to [...]

    2. Mary Catelli says:
      A sequence of photo inspired vignettes, each one independent of the others A variety of moods but a certain tone connects them.Find them here

    3. Cathie says:
      5 wonderful stars You can find these Tales here erinmorgenstern writing flI started reading these short tales of magical realism based on photos a friend of Erin Morgenstern took a year ago I have savored every word, every story some of them than once , every line.They were created over a time span of 6 years.These are like tiny reprieves from reality that never ceased to amaze me and leave me in awe of how Erin Morgenstern views the world or can take one view and totally turn it into something [...]

    4. Christy Lau says:
      A clever and beautifully done challenge inspired by the same illustrations I had used as writing prompts in early secondary school Some of these vignettes are profound, others not so much, but many certainly marked by witty humour Though her entries do get repetitive at times, with a particular tendency to say, but that s not true or that s not true either In all fairness, there are six years worth of tales, so the very collection is testament to her incredible imagination Favourites the wish gr [...]

    5. Adam says:
      I m sad because it s over, but I m happy I found it, even if it was a few years too late to watch it happen.

    6. Elsabe says:
      Over a period of 6 years Erin Morgenstein writes 10 sentences about the photographs Carey Farell takes and creates 260 of these thought provoking little vignettes Does Erin s words response make Carey s images come alive or is it the images that are so provocative that they illicit such encouragement to those reading the words.Who was it that in response to her children s boredom, instructed them to go write an opera If I need inspiration, I go read erin s words and enjoy those photos.Only avail [...]

    7. Amanda says:
      A gorgeous challenge that Erin wrote for herself, with the help of a friend, and it charmed me all along the way I really want to challenge myself to something like this in the future Yes, even with Yuletide and 12 Days creeping closer This was gorgeous, with 261 different stories and worlds and bits of magic floating, free and beautiful and dangerous I loved every minute and am sad to see the doors close once .

    8. Cindy Rose says:
      Where is the attached link I cannot find it.

    9. Bethnoir says:
      These were very short, sweet pieces that accompanied a photo Some were throw away, others said something profound, I liked the unpredictability and the imaginative concept Fun.

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