One Trick Pony

For the last fifteen or so years I've been living with a bunch of dead guys at a motel in West Texas. Like the characters in my stories, I'd really like to move on, see the world, go places. But I'm just like them. Anchored by love, worn down by circumstances and fascinated by how much there really is underneath it all. So I keep writing their stories and tell myself that someday, when I've got this all out of my system, I'll write deep, meaningful literature about... something else. In the meantime, this is a place for the short attention spanned. I'm making a commitment to keep it small here. Flash fiction and scenes from the life inspired by, The Bella Vista Motel.

Thanks for reading.

Pamila

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Friday Flash: Agent Ramiel Crime Scene Diagram

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10 comments:

  1. I love this kind of stuff Pamila! Great work

    Marc Nash

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  2. Not a typically-told story, but one nonetheless. Excellent!

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  3. Wow, incredible. Love the method. This is brilliant, Pamila! Love it!

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  4. Love it Pamila... The vibe of that sketch is too cool. And obviously, love that date and retro feel.

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  5. Thanks for indulging me on this one guys, you got to mess around every now and then, you know?

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  6. Now that's an interesting premise for a full story...where did the assailant go? I bet that took as long to think out and draw as a typical flash story. Nicely done, and thanks for changing things up, Pamela!

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  7. Oops! Sorry...Pamila...my typing is working faster than my brain...

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  8. Interesting blog, Pamila. I'm going to bookmark this site to see where these stories lead.

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  9. This is grand ! I'm working on a climax scene, and I never thought to sketch it out. Love the short blurbs describing the scene below.
    Great stuff.

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