How to worm a cat, Flash Fiction and other ways to tackle Perfectionism.

This week, in the Rough Writers Tour Around the World celebrating the inaugural Carrot Ranch Anthology, we are back in England with the wonderful memoirist Lisa Reiter.
Lisa explains what value worming a cat and writing flash fiction have in attaining perfection. If you need help with perfectionism, Lisa is sure to help.

Lisa Reiter - Sharing the Story

book-cover-with-5-stars2Welcome to my stop on the Rough Writers Tour Around the World as we launch the first flash fiction anthology from the Carrot Ranch on-line literary community. If you’re new here, you might be wondering why a memoir writer is peddling flash fiction? And we’ll get onto that,

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8 thoughts on “How to worm a cat, Flash Fiction and other ways to tackle Perfectionism.

  1. Tina Frisco

    I love this line: ‘Sometimes being forced to have a go at something, helps you develop something unexpected.’ And anyone who has ever tried to give a cat a pill will have experienced the depth of it’s application. Great share, Norah ❤️

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  2. Lisa Reiter

    Good Morning Norah! (Probably Good Night for you!) Thank you for sharing my imperfect little post on your fab site. We’ve shared so much of the Carrot Ranch journey together haven’t we? And you’re the furthest-away blogger I can claim to have met.. and I bet always will be but I love and appreciate a virtual visit any day! Lisa ❤️

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    1. Norah Post author

      My pleasure, Lisa. Your post may have been imperfect, but it was perfectly wonderful. We have shared much on our CR journey, and I have very special memories of our meeting in London at the British Library. Our journey had only just begun. 🙂

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