Every flash fiction writer is a philosopher whether or not the writer realizes it. The writer creates a miniature world in which characters act out the writer’s conscious and subconscious agendas.
The writer’s work is a projection of the writer’s inner life no matter what the writer writes about or how the writer writes about it. You can only be who you are.
When all is said and done, every flash fiction writer is a philosopher whether he or she likes it or not.
“Write about what you know and then make the rest of it up.” –Guy Hogan
“I would have been a great writer, but the chairs in the library were too hard.”–Unknown
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