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Diving into a Celebratory Cupcakes... or 24 Cupcakes

 
 
Break out the extra cup of coffee and the gluten free cupcakes. 

This weekend, I learned that Splickety magazine acquired one of my flash fiction stories. Speculative fiction has only recently become an interest of mine, and I've never been one to write short pieces. I'm excited to see God do something bigger with my fiction, and I hope that he will continue to share my writing for others to read. 

This story was written merely as a challenge for myself. Could I herd all the scatter brain thoughts in my head into one cohesive story? It seems that I have succeeded. 

The magazine issue will come out in April. I'll post here when it's out, but check out the Splickety website to learn more about them. 

Changes like this remind me that God really is in control of everything.

~ Alyson

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  1. Congrats on getting one of your pieces accepted! I hope your portfolio continues to grow. :)

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